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December 19, 2011 | General News

Chipmunk, Fuse Odg To Thrill Fans On Dec. 27

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At the age of 20, Chipmunk (born Jahmaal Noel Fyffe) is a MOBO winning artiste and an international superstar with chart topping songs including 'Champion', featuring Chris Brown, ' Take Off' which features Trey Songz and 'Every Gyal' with the dancehall legend Mavado.

The British hip-hop rapper and songwriter from Tottenham, London , is currently enjoying worldwide attention after the release of his sophomore album titled ',_London Transition' . Chipmunk started music as a recording artiste in 2008 and has played on several stages around the world.

The ' Oopsy Daisy' singer (one of the most successful songs in the history of the UK Singles Chart) will be headlining the biggest Christmas party this year, Ghana Rocks, scheduled for the Dome of the International Conference Centre on December 27, 2011.

Also performing on the night will be Fuse ODG, a Ghanaian born musician based in the United Kingdom. Fuse has brought the world's attention to Ghanaian music with is ever popular ' Azonto' song. The video to the song captures white folks taking lessons for the Azonto dance and currently has unprecedented hits on several social network sites. 

Ghana Rocks has over the years grown bigger and has witnessed amazing showing from some of the finest international award winning artistes you can find around such as Sway, Donae'o of ' Party Hard' fame and Lethal B.

The year's event is billed to surpass the success chalked in previous years as promised by organizers and the leading event company Charterhouse.  Also, the event is expected to attract thousands of people around the country to the Dome, to be set ablaze by over 20 artistes from Ghana and the UK.

The local artistes performing on the night include 4X4, VIP, D Black, Tiffany, Stay Jay and several others. Ghana Rocks is sponsored by giant telecommunication company Vodafone, with support from the Highgate Hotel in Accra.


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