X.O Thrills at Bless The Mic (Pictures)

This past weekend, X.O Senavoe was billed as one of the major acts to grace Bless The Mic, Ghana's biggest annual hip-hop festival and concert. The show was mad and the packed crowd were treated to a one-of-a-kind debut performance by one of Africa's best rappers & entertainers. Throughout his set, the audience was buzzing as people had their hands up in their signature X.O signs.

Performing crowd-pleasers like Osibisa's "Welcome Home" and his smash-hit "Say It Again", X.O brought out Efya for a moving first performance of "Mama", his song dedicated to his past mother, which ended to a long resounding crowd ovation. And when everyone thought it was over, X.O brought out Ghana's self-acclaimed "mad man" Kwaw Kese for the debut of their song "Mad Men" off the highly-anticipated upcoming tape, Xpoint0. The crowd went wild!!!

The pictures say only a bit of what happened, but they give a peek into the electricity that was X.O's performance. Enjoy!

PS. X.O performs in Lagos, Accra, London, New York, Atlanta and others in the upcoming weeks. Dates to be announced very soon.

Pictures courtesy of #XONATION

ABOUT X.O Senavoe
X.O Senavoe - one of the most exciting breakout artists to grace the public's attention - has rapidly risen from an enigma, a name whispered among industry insiders, to an artist widely sought after by artists for collaborations and music consumers alike. His confident and consistently laudable delivery captures theears of his audience instantly, while his superior lyrical dexterity captures their minds with the imagery he projects in his words.

Of Ghanaian and Nigerian heritage, X.O Senavoe - who took part in thefirst ever BET Nigerian Cypher earlier this year - has rapidly become one of the most talked about African artists and revered rappers in 2011 and is currently on the verge of putting out his highly anticipated free project XPoint0 to be followed shortly by his debut album It’s Possible.

Successfully churning out back to back hits, X.O Senavoe has proven that not only is he the best at what he does, but he is also able to provide that much needed consistency with regards to his art.

In his own words, “I don't claim to be the best, being the best claims me…”


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