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Comedian, KOBaba and his Talkaholic Unlimited presents the first edition of Gospel Gang Carnival in Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt base comedian, KOBaba and his Talkaholic Unlimited team presents the first edition of Gospel Gang Carnival (GGC) which will be hold on the 3rd of November, 2018 in Port Harcourt.

Gospel Gang Party was birthed in 2015 – out of strong passion to give the gospel community (especially the young talented folks) a platform to showcase their crafts and also connect with their fans. It has grown to becoming one of the most consistent Gospel Shows in Port Harcourt.

It is a monthly youth burnout Gospel Party that holds every first Friday of the month and has been consistent ever since its inception.

The choice/genres of music is Hip Hop and Dancehall with a fusion of Spoken word poetry and RnB/Soul Music. It has outstanding Disc Jockeys (DJs) co-hosting with KObaba and lots of musicians and comedians out there to entertain.

The performances has always been topnotch. This is because we try as much as possible to filter and accommodate the finest lyricists and performers in the game.

Believe me, Gospel Gang Party has grown to be a blessing to many Gospel Musicians, creating that bridge between the artistes and their fans.

The likes of Mercy Chinwo, Benjiszzy Záakìi, Prinx Emmanuel, Ebi Joseph, Pamela Scott, Timi Kei, Harmony, Shady Blayz, Cynthia Yakie, Victex, Timeyin, August Chuks and host of other Entertainers (including Poets and Comedians) has benefited from this platform.

Come Saturday, 3rd November 2018, from 10am to 10pm we’ll be shutting it down at The Azny Place Parking Lot, #2 Louis Drive, off Sani Abacha Road, GRA Phase 2, Port Harcourt

It’ll feature 30+ Music Acts, 10 Comedians, 6 Spoken Word Poets, 6 Dance Crew, 3 Bands.

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