Ghana’s number one urban radio Y107.9FM over the weekend ‘killed it’ on the most anticiapted weekend music entertainment show in Ghana, ‘Party Pressure’ with the deadliest combination of DJs to have ever hit the continent.
Africa’s baddest DJ, DJ Kess and the Shutdown King, DJ MicSmith took turns to take Ghanaians on a ecstatic musical journey and had music lovers drooling for more.
Setting the stage for the party which never stops was DJ Kess and her hypeman, Konkonsa Kester. Africa’s baddest DJ treated listeners to some real dope vibes and was propped on by Kester who was boosted after a few sips of the famous Radler Lemon Beer.
After 2 straight hours of uninterrupted music, DJ Mic Smith transitioned smoothly to take over the remainder of the night. He proved to be truly the Shutdown King as he dropped banger after banger which listeners couldn’t get enough of. Johnny Stone kept on piling up the vibes on the mic to keep the party going.
Listeners who could not afford for the night to end, hyped on the team with some supportive tweets.
Ike tweeted, “I feel the vibes move on my man. This is DJing brewed in Africa and no one can beat the #YPartyPressure team.”
OB also sent in a message, “OMG.. I can’t even stand on this am enjoying already ooo ma boiz need to join us now. The night is too young #YPartyPressure.”
Speaking about the Party Pressure was Programmes Manger for Y107.9FM, Eddy Blay. He said, “We decided to mix up the Chemistry in the studio today and the reaction was the dopeness we all enjoyed tonight. This is a night to be remembered and we will continuously give our listeners nothing but the best.”
He urged all who missed this weekend’s edition of the #YPartyPressure to visit @y1079fm on all social media platforms to have a feel and also relive the night.
Keep it locked right there on your number one party station, Y107.9FM and get ready for more!
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