Ghana Music: Ebo and 55 to join Abeiku on Fusion@Dodi

NEW ENTERTAINMENT programme, Fusion, which is aired on TV3 on Thursdays would present to TV viewers exclusive scenes from Dodi Princess during the Republic holiday season. Dodi Princess is a ferry on the Volta Lake, which is one of Ghana’s tourism sites.

It is scheduled to cruise on the lake with lots of exciting events.
To set the ball rolling, there would be a pre-republic ride on the lake from 9am on Saturday June 30.

This would be followed by an after-party at the Adowa Night Club at Akosombo in the evening. Sensational hiplife star, Castro “the destroyer” would then take the platform to release lyrics from his old and new albums. He would perform songs as Comm.

Center, Back and Front, Toffee, Boneshaker and other tracks.
On Sunday July 1st, the pleasure would continue with a republic cruise which would be climaxed with interesting performances from D’styler, K.K. at 10pm at the Adowa Night Club.

The event, spearheaded by Adom FM, Volta Hotel, Rox energy drink and Strategic Comm, would take a twist on Monday July 2.
This time, the fun seekers would go cruising on Dodi Princess with side attractions from Ebo and 5,5.

These budding artistes would display the high-sleeking pitch in their voice to add glitter to their performances.

They are expected to sing songs from their new albums and also create new lyrics on what they see during the ride.

Host of Fusion, Abeiku Santana and some of the nation’s finest presenters as DJ Billy, Stonash and Jerry Justice of Adom Fm, with music by Mega Sounds, would display their radio talents to give the holiday makers the utmost fun of their lives.

To heighten the enjoyment, the first 30 fun seekers who go on board the ferry would go ‘chilling’ with free gifts from Rox Energy drink and other attractive packages.

Meanwhile, Fusion would take its usual trend. It would showcase its three main segments:

Top l0 Hit Songs Chart, celebrity interview and Town Link.
In the celebrity segment, Santana would interview some personalities from all walks of life, including musicians.

Viewers as usual are allowed to participate in the programme through texting, to predict the most popular song for a particular week.

The highest texter wins a prize at the end of the week.
Expect nothing but fun on Fusion during this holiday season.