Namibian singer and Big Brother Stargame housemate, Lady May will perform in Ghana for the first time on September 22 on a night of a unique continental blend of music, harmony, dance and excitement.  She will be sharing the stage with legendary African music icon Hugh Masekela as Ghana’s finest and most-sought-after satirist, KSM host the night and treat audience to a thrilling dose of humour.

Hugh Masekela, the headline musician for the Kasapreko African Legends Night returns onto the Ghanaian stage after his last year’s mega concert and successful hosting of a red carpet as well as premiering his hit-movie; ‘Soil’ at the Silverbird cinema.

According to Lady May, who is performing in Ghana for the first time, ‘I have waited this long to be in Ghana. The African Legends Night is the perfect platform for me to show Ghanaians, my beautiful mix of Namibian Oshiwambo, Kwaito and western pop.

I am happy that on my first performance in Ghana, I will be sharing the same stage with one of African’s most revered music icons, Hugh Masekela. I am excited and I will translate that into an electrifying performance anyone cannot afford to miss. Come and get me!’

Lady May has been singing since childhood, but earned her first spotlight in 2004 with her Kamali debut. Signed to the South African record label, Big Ear Records, and with five albums to her credit, Lady May is fast becoming the toast of creative African/western music lovers across Namibia and beyond.

Ben Brako, another ace Ghanaian musician and the beloved saxophonist, Steve Bedi together with budding music star Bertha, will also rock the stage at the Banquet Hall on the night.

The Global Media Alliance, the current CIMG Media Organisation of the Year brings back Hugh Masekela as a direct response to the clamour emanating from music and fun-loving Ghanaians on the heels of a successful edition of the event held last year.

With supports from Kasapreko Company Limited, Samsung, Air Namibia, Tata, African Regent, Stanbic Bank and other leading Ghanaian brands, this year’s Kasapreko African Legends Night with its Lady May injection, promises to be deeply satisfying.