The reputation of Kyekyeku and Supper Opong Stars, one of Ghana’s fastest-growing music bands in the metropolis, has soared higher after a thrilling performance at the recently highlife musical jam held at Kasoa in the Central Region.
With their music and style of play, the members of the band during their performance managed to convince some music critics that they are among the best in town when it comes to live band music.
The event which was organized by Beatwaves Productions in partnership with Starbiz attracted a large number of music lovers in and around Kasoa.
The members of the band gave music fans a feel of good Ghanaian highlife music with their rendition of good old tunes and highlife songs.
Their stagecraft was mesmerizing as it got even the most reserved of individuals among the audience up on their feet in sheer excitement.
Following their outstanding stage performance at the event, the band which featured the likes of Francis Frimpong, Collins Ameyaw among others, was praised by music fans for its good stage presence and choreography.
The Kyekyeku and Supper Opong Stars which was launched a couple of years back has performed on several music platforms in Europe.
The management after the performance of the band explained that, they had been in existence for years now and needed to unveil the band to serve the entire country and beyond with good music.
“We are redefining live band music with some energetic vibe and providing persons of all ages the entertainment they deserved,” the management stated.
“Our uniqueness comes from the fact that we do not use any electrical instrument, we only play with the brass and the drums, and our style is more African though we do all genres of music,” he stated.
According to the management, members of the band possess experience and have performed on a number of events, adding that they have equally performed and shared various stages with well known musicians.
“The band plays all kinds of music both local and foreign, be it gospel, reggae, hiplife, hip-pop and any music you can think of only if it is fit for music fans to hear,” the management said.