Ghana’s outstanding afro-pop soul songstress, Rebecca Acheampong, also known in the music scene as Becca, is pulling massive strings to make this year’s ‘Becca’s Girl Talk Show’ a different concert.
The powerful vocalist is partnering with Starr FM to stage this year’s event scheduled for December 20, 2014.
The concert which started in 2011 has chalked some successes over the years, but Becca had pointed out that this year’s December show would take a different form than previous shows.
“It’s Christmas and people make a lot of purchases within that period and what we want to do is bring all the things they will need into one space. So it is basically a four-day affair and the concert crowns it all,” she revealed to Starr Entertainment.
According to Becca, EKB records, organisers of the show, saw it necessary to add something more than the usual talk and music performance to the fair because they wanted to present other opportunities for the selling and buying of Ghana made products.
She has also promised her fans a lot of surprises on the night of the concert.
The ‘Daa Ke Daa’ star was apologetic for the ‘unfortunate’ challenges at last year’s concert, promising things would be perfect this time.
“I know last year people complained a lot. I felt bad about it myself. That is the problem with wanting to lead the show with other performing artistes and I think that this time we would do things differently.”
Unlike previous years, there would be thrilling performances from some of Ghana’s best artistes – Kwabena Kwabena, M.I, Samini, Trigmatic and the delectable Nana Ama McBrown, who would be performing her own version of Mafikizolo’s Khona.
“Everyone should watch out because this year we will bring you the biggest Christmas party, especially with Starr FM and Bola Ray joining forces with me.”