- DJ Sly is currently making waves in the United States of America with his much-anticipated tour
- The disc jockey is set to dazzle many music lovers in the foreign country with his massive djing talent
- He is also set to be announced as the headline DJ for an upcoming international event dubbed "I Love Afrobeats"
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Ghanaian Disc Jockey, DJ Sly is currently in the United States embarking on his ‘The Unstoppable Tour.’
He has already shut down the following states: Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Texas.
DJ Sly also played his set with Nigerian Superstar Fireboy DML to shut down the Apollo Tour at the Fillmore.
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DJ Sly will headline a 3-days Ghana Independent Celebration an event scheduled from March 4 to 6, and also be announced as mainstream DJ to headline ‘I love Afrobeats’.
The multiple award-winning DJ has been playing popular Ghanaian songs including R2bees- Slow Down, KiDi – Touch it, Kwesi Arthur – Anthem, Stonebwoy- Putuu Freestyle (Pray), Camido – Sugarcane, DJ Sly – Ngama Bomo , VIP – Ahomka Womu, Black Sherif- Second Semon, Sarkodie – Pon de ting, Joey B – Tonga, Castro – Toffee, Tic – Kwani Kwani, Bisa Kdie – Mansa, 5Five – Move back and more. With the goal of promoting Ghanaian music all over the world.
Also known as ‘The Unstoppable DJ Sly,’ the Ghanaian DJ is one of the hottest DJs in Ghana at the moment.
He has been able to establish himself as a legitimate professional with tremendous talent with about half a decade of this expertise under his belt.
Nightlife In Ghana: Osu Through The Eyes Of Ghana's Finest DJ Slybeatz
Ghana is slowly gaining prominence not only for our hospitality tag or peaceful nature but in recent years, nightlife in Ghana has really caught on among many people.
Many Ghanaians work from Monday to Friday and have all the fun imaginable from Friday night through to the dawn of Sunday.
Due to the growing trend to have fun, many business owners have decided to cash in on the opportunity and have started pubs and other places where people can meet and have fun.
Nightlife in Ghana has not only become synonymous with 'chilling' but even companies use that as an opportunity to strike deals and make meaningful connections through networking.
There are many prime areas in Ghana, especially in Accra where many people converge to drink, eat, talk, dance and just party the night away.
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