This Christmas season was full of surprises, bringing us some of the very best in both events and performances and in some few instances not very encouraging ones. It would be virtually impossible to talk about events
this yuletide season without mentioning the resurfacing of one of Ghana’s finest and most celebrated rappers, Asem.
Asem has been missing from mainstream action for a while now due to his contract with telecom giant company Globacom.
24th Night was like resurrection for the “PIGARO” rapper. For many people who trooped in to Citi FM’s “Decemba 2 Rememba”, Asem was all they looked forward to see. It was no surprise then when he put the conference center into a complete pandemonium when he made his first stage appearance after a long silence.
The song writer treated the enchanted crowd to his numerous hits from “No More Kpayor” to the latest one which seems to spur a lot of controversy, “Fylla 2010”.
His appearance on 24th was not his only appearance for the Christmas season. The rap superstar appeared on Charterhouse’s Ghana rocks where he repeated the same feat he pulled off at the December to Remember show. His appearance at the Rick Ross Concert was what really proved that, the “School dey be” song maker has earned his stripes and made his mark.
His performance was sterling and incredibly on point, quite an anomaly for someone who has not been performing for a while.
His new album is due for early this year, even though unconfirmed by his management, the album promises to live up to the status and expectations of music lovers.