At the launch of this year’s Rhythms On Da Runway, Natty Borax made a triumphant return to the music scene with a spectacular performance that left the crowd wanting more.
The “Asie ho” hitmaker belted out his classics with renewed energy and passion, and the audience responded with thunderous applause and cheers.
In early 2000, Borax released one of the greatest songs ever produced in Ghana called ‘Asie Ho’.
The song features Daddy Lumba, a legendary Highlife musician. It was so big that former President J. A Kuffour used it as his campaign slogan.
The well-known Hiplife/Dancehall artist went missing from the music industry for a number of years.
When asked about his disappearance in an interview, Borax revealed that he took time off to go back to school and graduated in 2013.
One of the highlights of the evening was the ”Asie Ho” hitmaker’s exceptional performance.
Prior to performing his new song on stage, Borax expressed excitement about returning to the spotlight and gratitude for his fans’ support.
Born Nat Adjetey Larbi, Borax showcased why he is considered one of the greatest artists to ever bless the music industry.
This year’s Rhythms on Da Runway, powered by Kofi Okyere Darko [KOD]’s Ninteen 57 Event was officially launched at the Soho Bar at Airport City in Accra on Wednesday, September 20.
The AQua edition brought together music and fashion to raise awareness about the devastating effects of fast fashion on our water supply.
Watch Natty Borax’s performance below
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