By Forgive Adjoa Forfoe, GhanaNet News
He is arguably the most loved Ghanaian actor currently and the most adored because of his versatility on set, his easy-going and humble nature and the most of all, his funny nature that gets everyone laughing. Musically, he is making waves, especially with Yi Mama, one of his many hit songs.
His catchy phrases such as the now nationwide mantra ‘I can’t think far, I can’t think madness’ even found its way unto political speeches and is now part of daily Ghanaian words. He has rightly warmed his way into the hearts of most Ghanaians, even to the point that he can perform to the admiration of anyone on any stage, big or not.
And that was exactly what he did when he performed at one of the biggest music event on the Ghanaian calendar every year, the Ghana Meets Naija platform last night, Saturday,May 27 to this morning,Sunday May 28,2017.
Right from the time he got to the stage till his exit, LilWin did not cease to awe the youthful crowd of music lovers gathered at the Conference Centre. His outfit, a Danish uniform look-alike, obviously to get his fans laughing non-stop just achieved its aim as it added to the good humour ghananains have come to love about a lad called LilWin. His dancing moves did not do anything to get the enchanted crowd calm either.
And when he lifted his Yi Mama song, there was not a single person among the audience who could be found seated or quiet. The crowd so well resonated with the song that LilWin seemed to be performing longer than a bigger star like Article Wan of Solo fame. LilWin is actually going places and is becoming bigger.
In addition to Lilwin, a number of local artistes have also been invited to rocked the stage alongside Shatta Wale, M.anifest and Eno. They faced their Nigerian counterparts Davido, Falz and Tiwa Savage.
The main event,as usual, took place at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on Saturday, May 27, where thousands of fans gathered.The concert has over the years hosted the likes of Wizkid, ‘The Mavins’ headed by Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, among a tall list of A-list artistes.