It’s the end of the week and nothing is more fulfilling than to be treated to a cocktail of kizomba tunes and dancing sessions in downtown Accra.
It has in the last few years been the dance/music in vogue in the Ghanaian Capital.
Led by its effervescent leader Ebow Anderson who leads the team to immerse themselves with the Angolan genre taking Africa by storm. Mr. Anderson in an interview with GhanaWeb said that he has trained over a million people. He added that the dance requires little energy to perform.
Kizomba is a genre of dance and a musical genre originating in Angola in 1984. Kizomba means “party” in Kimbundu, a Bantu language spoken by Ambundu in Angola. The word kizomba is also used as an umbrella expression to include several other dance styles that derived from the original dance.
Ghana’s leading Four Star Hotel, Accra City Hotel as it aims to resuscitate a less vibrant nightlife in Accra has added the kizomba night dance thrill as of its offerings for in-house guests and beyond.
Conducted in strict adherence to the health and safety protocols, the team at Accra city has assured members of the public of measures put in place to make their evening a memorable one.
The event is Every Friday at 20:00 at the ACCRA City Bar.
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