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Maccasio sold out 5000 capacity walewale sports stadium with his " The kings Concert"


Afrobeat singer and rapper Sheriff Abdl Majeed popular know as Maccasio shame critic's by filling up the walewale sports stadium.



A person can be known in his own country and beyond, a leader in the music industry, and a celebrity of sorts, but it doesn't mean anything. A person can be very famous in his home country and that too becomes old news five minutes later. As he was getting ready to help fill up the walwale sports stadium with his crowd-pulling Afrobeat rap concerts over the years, we wondered: why is the Maccasio happy at all?

It's actually quite obvious; he's happy because he knows that his fans ( 69 fans) are proud to have him as their pioneer, their leader. He has built himself up from nothing into what he is now. He's achieved something great—he's made it big. And yet though he has succeeded in life so far, there is still something else for him to do—and that can only come from within. He needs to keep busy with more than just music and tours; he must also find ways of staying relevant even after retirement. A talent this great must not fade away so easily—it should continue on well after its peak years. 

I'm not the only one who thought so. Maccasio's performance at the Walewale stadium sold out to a capacity of about 5,000 people in a day. This is unprecedented and is a testament to his hard work and consistency.

Maccasio has been an inspiration to many upcoming artistes of Northern Ghana as he has been able to cross borders with his music. He is possibly Northern Ghana's biggest music export with songs like, "Bohasi", " Dagomba girl" and "Your under", which are still making waves in the region.

He has worked with artistes like Shatta wale, Sarkodie, Vip and others making him a household name in the Northern Ghana music industry as well as other major cities in the country.

Maccasio's love for music gave birth to his unique style of singing and rapping which is unlike anything we have ever seen before. This his love is undoubtedly the reason he claim northern music kingship.

The king concert was featured with tall list of the northern Ghana music industry's finest artistes including Sapashini , Abu sadik, Aiva, King zee, King buda, Jirry Aloza and others. All media houses present testifies to the fact that the show was a big hit.

You'd be forgiven for not knowing exactly who Maccasio is, but he's possibly Northern Ghana's biggest music export in the last decade. His " The kings Concert"  in Walewale marked a milestone in the history of entertainment in northern Ghana . The event was filled to capacity with people from all walks of life coming together to support the musician. The atmosphere at the grounds was electrifying as every single act got on stage and performed their hit songs. Here are some shots from when Maccasio blew up the place .







Video shot from the program below



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