24TH Night With Busterr
Slim Busterr Patrons who made it to Slim Busterr?s show at the Next Door Beach Resort on Christmas Eve had a great night of spectacular performances.
By the time Slim Busterr appeared on stage, it had been well warmed with performances from up and coming artistes some of whom were not too impressive.
Others were Papa Ro, Ortega DC, Mayopia and Master C who all took turns to do or song or two. It was obvious that the audience were not familiar with their songs, being new as they were but they did well to at least get audience to move along with their flow.
Obla Boloi, a cultural group was simply a delight to watch as they stood out with their Gome and Kpanlogo performances, receiving endless applause from the excited audience, they succeeded in bringing a different touch to the night which was dominated by hiplife. Their choreography was great.
Koo Fori was there to treat the audience to side-splitting jokes, the high point of which was when he imitated former president Jerry John Rawlings.
Aioli, the latest sensation FBS and Adane Best appeared in that order to make way for the arrival of the man of the night Slim Busterr.
When Slim Busterr appeared, it was in style amidst cheers from the crowd. If the cheers was an indication of what to expect from Slim Busterr then it was apt because the dancing Busterr gave his fans more than they could take.
Together with his dancers, Slim Busterr did series of spectacular performances in what can best be described as ?The Best of Slim Busterr? covering favorites from his albums.
Quite frankly, one might have seen Slim Busterr on stage on many occasions but his performance this year was simply terrific and one that will remain on the minds of patrons for a long time to come.
If anyone thought the night was over with the exit of Slim Busterr, then they got it all wrong because after him came a number of his colleague, including the ?Konkontiba? man Obour who was on stage to give the crowd what they love to hear. The atmosphere was simply electrifying.
Following with equally good performances were 4x4, Tinny, Okyeame Quame and Abrewanana.
Dubbed ?Marsherita III?, the show was great by all standards and gave patrons, who had occupied very available space at the resort value for their money.