Saturday night saw South African legend, Yvonne Chaka Chaka and some amazing top Ghanaian artistes prove again and again that African music is indeed the best at the Vodafone African Legends night.
The show which took place at the State Banquet Hall in Accra was filled to capacity as the audience was delightfully treated to authentic music from Ghana and South Africa.
Sat among the aundience were some high profile personalities such as the former first lady of Ghana, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings and the British High Commisioner, Jon Benjamin.
Headlined by South Africa's Yvonne Chaka Chaka, fondly referred to as the Princess of Africa, artistes such as Wiyaala, Nana Tuffour and Akosua Agyapong all took to the stage to perform some of their greatest hits to pave the way for Yvonne.
First up was Eshun who has been steadily rising in the music ladder in Ghana with her impressive voice and songs.
Nana Yaa, daughter of highlife legend Pat Thomas and the queen of Neo-soul in Ghana also did not disappoint.
Wiyaala, a superb artiste who never disappoints then came up.
And she made sure to involve the audience too.
DKB, Ghana's number one comedian gave a rib cracking performance when he took to the stage.
Evergreen singer and dancer, Akosua Agyapong then reminded the audience why she is still relevant till date.
Amandzeba Nat Brew, gave a very afro-centric performance to the delight of the audience.
It was the classic hits from Nana Tuffour that got the auditorium on their feet.
And then the woman of the night, finally took to the stage and proved that age is just a number.
It seems everyone was pleased with the show which began right on time with amazing performances delivered.