DJ Switch blows crowd at Medikal’s ‘Welcome to Sowutuom’ concert with 'crazy' performance

DJ Switch blows crowd at Medikal’s ‘Welcome to Sowutuom’ concert with 'crazy' performance

- ‘Welcome to Sowutuom’ concert came off on Saturday, November 29, 2019, in Accra

- The musical concert was organised by Ghanaian hip hop artiste, Medikal

- Top Ghanaian artistes including DJ Switch thrilled attendees at the event

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At this point, it is no longer a question whether or not DJ Switch is multi-talented, as the young international disc jockey star and singer moved the crowd at Medikal’s ‘Welcome to Sowutuom’ concert.

The event which came off at Sowutuom, a suburb in Accra on November 29, 2019, witnessed a huge turn-up with star-studded performances from notable Ghanaian artistes including Eno Barony, Sister Deborah, King Promise, Joey B and Strongman Burner.

Well, on the heels of a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Erica Tandoh, famed as DJ Switch did not fail to live up expectations.

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The young female talent was captured thrilling event attendees at Medikal’s ‘Welcome to Sowutuom’ concert with an energetic performance.

DJ Switch took to the event stage shouting out the names of some celebrated top Ghanaian stars before moving the crowd with a song by Sarkodie.

Watch video below:

Meanwhile, from a burdened heart, owing to experiencing at first hand the struggles of the deprived to make ends meet, especially market women, 33-year-old Michael Asidu, decided to build mini trucks that would help them in their daily businesses.

Despite the financial setbacks and having access to little resources, Asidu braved the odds to start very little from scratch. The determined young Ghanaian talent has always been inclined towards mechanics while growing up.

Asidu started building his dreams into life using a combination of metal scrap materials, plywood and aluminium sheets to build his petrol mini-trucks to enable business owners transport their products easily.

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