The aura is conspicuous around the upcoming festival which has been touted by many to be the one that lifts the spirit of Ghanaians in a very trying 2020.

This edition of Worlasi’s annual concert seeks to set the stage for music fanatics as the country gradually emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic with a socially distanced spectacle at Alliance Française in Accra on November 7, 2020. After a succinct delivery during last year’s edition on the back of ‘Worla: The Man and the God’ album with Senku Live, the stakes could only be high for the 2020 VGMA Record of The Year nominee as Worlafest 2020 will be ushered in by another Extended Play (EP).

His EP, ‘Dios’ which the singer is yet to drop is a collaboration between Raphael Worlasi Langani, as he is known outside showbiz circles, and music producer, Drvmroll who has been a long-time collaborator.

Some Industry players who have already had a sneak peek of the body of work have tipped it to be a must-listen.

On October 30, the first single off the upcoming EP, ‘Kilode’ was released and has since been greeted with massive commendation. One which I enjoy as well.

November 6, is the date set aside for the release of the EP. Twenty-four hours to the D-Day – to set the right tone for the concert on Saturday, and will possibly be the highlight of the night. The strategy seen behind the back-to-back fire content thus release of the EP on Friday and the virtual concert on Saturday from the singer is probably to keep the EP on constant repetition in the minds of his fans and the industry.

All is however set for Worlafest 2020 as the versatile artist has lined up a plethora of captivating acts to thrill patrons with exhilarating performances.

Social media is already awash with expectant fans from far and near biting their fingers for what is expected to be a game-changing night on Saturday from the man who rode in on a horse at last year’s concert and known to be the man and the God.

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