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PHOTOS: DJ Manny Norté on the Hennessy Artistry Club Tour final lap

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UK based presenter, music producer and award winning DJ, Manny Norté also known as the “name you can trust” has ended his week-long club-to-club tour in Ghana.

The tour which was put together by Hennessy Artistry took the top deejay to the biggest clubs in the capital.

The Hennessy Artistry Club Tour with DJ Manny Norté’ kick started on Saturday December 28, 2013 at the Devino Club at Osu. Also on the second day Sunday December 29, 2013, he played at the Shisha Lounge.

He was behind the turntables again at the Firefly Club on Monday December 30, 2013. The excitement didn’t end there, on the last day of the year, Tuesday December 31; his music playing prowess was felt hugely at the Movenpick Hotel.

“We want club-goers in Accra to have the best times of their lives at this time of the year and that is why we are bringing DJ Manny. He is a top professional in the business and we ask everybody to come party with him”, an official of the organiers commented about the tour.

Manny Norté opened the New Year with a bang. He welcomed club-goers to Rockstone’s Club on January 1, 2014. The Hollywood Boulevard was next on January 2. He also played at the Santoku Club inside Villagio (near African Regent Hotel.

Kwame Nkrumah Circle’s based Vienna City should have climaxed the club-to-club tour but was later swapped to the Shisha Lounge in Osu.

Manny Norté has played for huge names such as Jay Z, his partner Beyonce and Rihanna whenever they performed in the UK and toured around with American Hip Hop heavyweights like Nas and Nelly.

He described the tour as a major success.

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