Accra gears up for Joy FM’s 90s Jam on Friday

Accra is gearing for the first major party of the year as hundreds have booked their place to be a part of what will set the tone for events this year.

The annual Joy FM 90s Jam, now a major fixture on Ghana’s entertainment calendar, is the perfect event that helps Ghanaians reminisce the wide array of things the 1990s had to offer.

The 1990s came with good music – R&B and rap – and classic fashion. That era gave birth to what is now, without a doubt, the biggest music genre in Ghana – hiplife.

The Joy FM 90s Jam Party is that event that gives music lovers another rare opportunity to dust off their combat boots, wear their hoodies, baggy jeans , and bling blings.

The first party of the year is kicking off at the Rooftop of Silver Star Tower, Airport on Friday, January 8 .

On the night, DJs, DJ Black and Andy Dosty and smooth talker Lexis Bill, host of Drive Time on Joy will be in charge of affairs.

The 1990s gave music lovers a wide repertoire of chart topping artistes and songs that are still being enjoyed to date.

On the night, patrons will be thrilled with songs from the likes of Salt-N-Pepa, Snoop Doggy, 2Pac, MC Hammer and other chart toppers.

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