VIDEO: Ghanaians party big time with Medikal at London O2 concert

Black Stars footballer Mohammed Kudus, who plays for the Premier League's West Ham, was also in attendance for the packed show

Michael Tubes West Ham footballer Mohammed Kudus (L) with Shatta Wale (R)
Footballer Mohammed Kudus (L) gave dancehall king Shatta Wale (R) one his West Ham shirts
Medikal also hosted the musical extravaganza, going through several costume changes and introducing act after act to the stage. In between he showcased some of his biggest hits.One of the highlights was his performance with Ghanaian TV presenter Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, better known by her stage name Sister Derby.They sang their hit Too Risky, recorded in 2017 when the two were a couple.

Other guest performers included British-Ghanaian UK chart-topper Headie One, Black Entertainment Television (Bet) award-winner Sarkodie, and highlife singer Bisa Kdei.

Michael Tubes Efya in concert at O2's Indigo venue in London, the UK
Efya was showered with money by fans
Michael Tubes Medikal (R) and Sister Derby
Medikal pictured backstage with Sister Derby in one of his many outfits


The night ended with rising star Jay Bahd performing his unique brand of Ghanaian drill music, otherwise known as “asakaa”, with lyrics mainly in Ghana’s Twi language.

To end, Medikal returned to the stage dressed all in white, and thanked the musicians as well as the full house for making it a night to remember.

He dropped to his knees and was showered in white confetti. The crowd went wild.

Blessed Be Thy Name British-Ghanaian UK chart-topper Headie One in concert at O2's Indigo venue in London, the UKBlessed Be Thy Name
Rapper Headie One, who is big in the UK, was loved by the audience at the O2
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