Songwriter and singer, Akwaboah Gladstormâ€™s performance at the 2019 edition of the Music of Ghanaian Origin (MOGO) concert was fabulous.
Performing a number of his songs that crossed between highlife, reggae and RnB, he got the audience dancing and singing along.
It was songs like â€˜I Do Love Youâ€™, â€˜Sweet Pieâ€™, â€˜Hold me downâ€™ and one of his fatherâ€™s song â€˜Awerekyekyereâ€™ that got the audience swaying and singing along.
Akwaboah won Songwriter of the Year award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
MOGO 2019 is sponsored by Freight Consult and Club Beer with support from Citi TV.
The Citi FM MOGO brand has over the years promoted authentic music of Ghanaian origin and celebrated the biggest names in highlife music.
It forms part of activities lined up to mark Citi FMâ€™s Heritage Month which is held in the month of March every year to celebrate Ghanaâ€™s culture, heritage and to promote tourism.
The Heritage Caravan ended two weeks while the Accra Music Expo came off last Saturday at the forecourt of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly where indigenous Ga music was celebrated.