Wednesday, 16 August 2017 13:38

Mansa Hitmaker BISA KDEI in Perth Featured

LIBRARY NightClub in Perth will be the scene of Bisa Kdei's Road2Konnect Concert on 1st September - brought to you by Perfect Promotions and The Mango Twins - in celebration of the Perfect Barbershop 5th year anniversary.


The Mango Twins and Perfect Promotions have already set the city of Perth alight with the StoneBwoy Perth Shutdown and Flirt X.O parties with a magnificent display of the 'high life.' Once again they team up to bring Bisa Kdei to Perth. Live in Concert, dubbed #Road2Konnect, it will be a celebration of the Perfect Barbershop 5th year anniversary. Bisa Kdei, for those of you that need introductions, is a top rated Ghanaian Highlife / Afrobeat / Azonto Superstar with a unique, signature voice and singing style. The Mansa Hit-Maker has not only delivered some of Africa's greatest hits. He has collabos and features with a long list of superstars, including Patoranking, Reekado Banks, Sarkodie, Efya and Lola Rae.

Bisa Kdei got two nominations at the 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, in the categories, Best Highlife Song of the Year and Best Highlife Musician of the year. Bisa Kdei won the Best Singer at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards. He was also nominated at the 2015 African Entertainment Awards as Best Male International Act. His club hit Mansa gets any crowd on their feet.

So come out to the #Road2Konnect concert on September 1st and have fun dancing to the best Afrobeats in Perth, support African creative duo The Mango Twins and their awesome business venture, welcome another great African artist to the Australian shores and toast to 5 years of Perfect Barbershop. More Information Here.


Julius Kabugu

Julius Kabugu is a seasoned Software Engineer. He's also a proud husband and father of 3. Outside these three jobs, he learns about cultures, listens to Dancehall music and studies photography.

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