In case you missed it, this is what went down.
The event was hosted by Hype Group Limited and Memphis Bar and Restaurant and powered by Roya Entertainment.
Veteran DJ, DJ Stylez was the Mcee for the night and kept fans hyped despite the biting cold.
DJ Crème De La Crème and DJ Hypnotiq also took to the stage with Crème performing hit song ‘Kufa Juu’ alongside Tribeless.
New kid, Tunji proved to be a crowd favourite with hit song ‘Mat Za Ronga’ alongside a new release.
Though she had taken a hiatus, Petra was back like she had never left with hit after hit including ‘Rider’ with Khaligraph Jones.
Dressed in a white suit, Otile Brown brought that ‘Kunidzia’ flavour to the hip-hop dominated stage.
We were then back to hip-hop wagon as ‘Baba Yao’ Khaligraph Jones rocked the stage with ‘Mazishi’ among other hits. He concluded the performance by popping a bottle of Belaire Rosé allover his fans.
Timmy Tdat took to the stage for the performance everyone is talking about. The performance became the talk of the town because of the blatant display of ratchet-ness from the singer and the ladies that got up on stage.
After Timmy’s display, veteran rapper Prezzo took to stage much to the excitement of his die-hard fans who enjoyed songs like ‘Mafans and ‘Naleta Action.’
The Afro Harmony Band which has been a favourite in Ghana gained Kenyan fans with a sizzling rock set, paving the way for Mr Eazi who jumped in catching the fans unawares.
And for those itching to see a great performance accompanied by live music, Mr Eazi did just that with bangers like ‘Leg Over’ and ‘Sample You.’
The highlight of the show was his ‘Pour Me Water’ performance where Mr Eazi took the stage, stripped off part of his overall and allowed fans to drench him in water as he sang ‘Pour Me Water’.