Ghana’s Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has hosted his first ever virtual concert which aimed at entertaining fans during the lockdown period in the country.
The exciting event which was organised at his East Legon residence in Accra yesterday, saw about 64,000 fans and music lovers across the globe watching him live on his social media page.
Shatta Wale who in real life has gigantic fans provided an hour energetic performance to keep the faith of his fans alive amidst the global pandemic, COVID-19.
The Faith Concert, was actually brought together by Shatta Movement (SM) team to torch a light of hope in the heart of the people to feel that the “sun would shine on this rubble.”
It was indicator for the people to continue having faith that the pandemic would come to an end and everything would soon be back to normal.
The ‘Melissa’ hit maker who wanted all his fans and everyone involved in the concert to witness a piece of him shared credit on his Twitter page to facilitate the watching process.
Many entertainment critics applauded the SM boss for his kind gesture and the sterling performance he put up during the show.
They also noted that he observed the social distancing protocol and did not entail more than 10 technicians at the venue.
Shatta Wale was also commended for the excellent sound and lighting system and the excellent performance which he put up even without live audience.
Aside his excellent stage craft and show Spotonnews.net witnessed that the event which demanded the world to watch it through virtual means was confronted with network challenges.
Lots of people who wanted to join the live streaming could not access it due to huge number of audience who were streaming it.
The network slowed things and amended the excitement period people were having with the SM boss.
The site would also commend the musician for the professionalism exhibited at the concert and the energy he put up with his imaginary audience.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE