Saturday the 4th of November will forever be indelibly etched in the showbiz history of Ghana and the world over as the “most memorable” as Africa’s Foremost and Best ever African rapper, M.anifest shut down the whole of University of Ghana with an inflaming performance never seen before in these parts.

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Albeit the notice being sent out just few days prior to the show, it was well heralded in the tabloids nationwide. The news spread expeditely, heightening the zest and anticipation of Manifans and aficionados of good music, who longed for an encounter with the godMc.
Dubbed #Pr3HallWeek, the ”Now Here Cool” Concert saw performances from many other artistes including Ebony, Kwesi Arthur, Darko Vibes, Kofi Kinaata, Worlasi, bigBen and was a fully packed end to end exhilarating action from the get go till the end of the show. Last but certainly no means least to perform was M.anifest.

The event grounds quaked with the eruption of thunderous cheers and applause when the Ghana Rap Moses announced his entrance with “One Two 2X”, as he was about to emerge on the stage.


Kindest courtesy Ghana’s most revered DJ, DJ Keyzuz, M.anifest mounted the stage with the reigning hardest chune in these parts, #BEAR. As usual, he came in company with his lyrical prowess and surreal touch of stagecraft oscillating audience on different levels of exhilaration.


Few moments into it, he begun interspersing the performance with introduction of bigBen and Worlasi to aid in the rendition of #DoMyOwn and #100% respectively which took the show to a palpable crescendo.
Just after ending the performance, it started raining heavily but so charged was the atmosphere that no one even realized it and the fans started chanting “godMc, godMc, godMc, godMc, godMc…” until the M.anifest returned to the stage to perform the #godMc chune which inflamed the whole campus.
At the sum of it all, M.anifest once again left everyone wowed with his never seen before inflaming performance in these parts.
And thus ended the inaugural “Now Here Cool” Concert with a big bang in University of Ghana, Legon and according to the sources, next stop is Ashesi University on 16th November, 2017.