Music is universal, music is beautiful. Music is multilingual. Music is everywhere, both in nature and in the club you will hear some form of music.
Music goes with dance, once the beats of the song capture your mind and the next step is for it to take a hold over your body and cause you to boogie down, strut your moves or show what you have got, shake what your mama gave you, or whatever name you choose to call it by, it is up to you.
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Ghanaians love their music, its catchiness and when it is coupled with a dance, it is a double threat. A good song is only enhanced by good dance moves. When Akwaaba was released by Mr Eazi, Pappy Kojo and Patapaa we all raved about it. But the raving was not only for the song but the dance as well. The dance and the song go hand-in-hand.
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The dance has gained international recognition with people as far as India doing it and uploading their renditions to social media. The song is in Europe and in the United States as well. Just yesterday, Janet Jackson, sister of the late great Michael Jackson, took the dance to a whole new level. Whiles headlining at the Billboard Music Awards, she did the Akwaaba dance, she put her heart into it as well. Mr Eazi was beside himself with joy when he found about it.