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Industry News: Reggie Rockstone Throws Full Support Behind T-Pain Live Concert in Ghana


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“Hiplife grandpapa Reggie Rockstone has given a seal of approval to the upcoming “T-Pain live In Ghana” concert, set to be held at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre, on Thursday December 22nd.

In a clear show of support for the Nappy Boy, Rockstone took to his Twitter page this week, and tweeted that he hardly goes for “these big name concerts”, unless the artiste involved is one who empowers the movement of contemporary music movement, adding that he is already on the list of music lovers who will be at the event.

“I don’t go 4 deez big name concerts in gh unless da artist politix iz strait and dey will empower our movement! T PAIN? I am der! Cc @233Connect,” he tweeted.

Rockstone’s endorsement comes at a time when thousands of Ghanaian music lovers are looking forward to welcoming the YMCB-signed act, in a concert that is clearly going to be the biggest live entertainment event of the year.

T-Pain, who launched his Revolver album this week, would share the stage with some of Ghana’s finest artistes, Sarkodie, VIP, Kwaw Kese, and Buk Bak among a host of others. . .” has the full story.

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