Cellcom hosted two concerts last week in honor of its O La La Paris campaign raffle draw celebrations. On February 14, Valentine's Day, the announcements of the lucky winners were made as glee and tears were seen coming from the five faces of those who came out victorious.
Cellcom definitely did it on them again by hosting one of the biggest free concerts since the 2013 Hip-Co festival. With special guest performances by both male and female Hip-Co artist such as local and international performing artists, the show was a great success.
Amongst the performers was the boyish and versatile female star Lady Skeet who performed her hit tracks “ Bush lovers” and “Who wears the crown.”
“I feel great that Cellcom reached out. It’s not about performing, once it’s all about musicians, I’m going to take part. I’m also glad to know other female performers are joining the industry because it lets me know Liberia got talent.”
Lady Mouthphy, who performed tracks such as “My life” “Sokolo dance” ” and “Hold me close”, has been working hard to become a household name. She now finds her career at a promising point, managed by one of Liberia’s well-known Kimmie Weeks.
“She is our artist and we are hosting a concert for our customers to show our appreciation to them. And to also help promote some of our local artists like Kzee, lady Mouthphy and Lady Skeet,” said Weeks during the show’s set up.
Meanwhile, Mighty Blow, one of Cellcom’s promising stars came out on stage to show the audience his new swag. He performed tracks such as “Scan” Cellcom song” and “Bumpy.”
Artist from all walks of the industry including Joeweek Black, D’Phamous, Soul Fresh and Kzee came to show their support and were also given an opportunity to perform for their fans.
The five winners of the raffle draw, a draw that was transparent and drawn in front of hundreds brought about five winners. Mohammed Kenneh of LU Campus, Edith Cooper of Buchanan, William Suah of Patience Shop, Kortu M. Ndebe of Duport Road and Rosmon Morndolo of Jacob Town.
Better luck next time for those who stood a chance to win with Cellcom, but didn’t.