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My Next Show In The UK would be at the 02 ARENA – Medikal

Following the staggering reaction from fans at his new Indigo O2 show on Friday, May 3, 2024, Ghanaian artiste, Samuel Adu Frimpong, also called Medikal has spread the word about his aim to hold his next show in the Unified Kingdon at London’s O2 Field.


Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Bisa Kdei, Malcolm Nuna, Sister Derby, and Jay Bhad performed at the star-studded event on Friday, which was a huge success.


Talking in a meeting with MzGee on UTV’s Unified Showbiz, the ‘Witness’ hitmaker focused on his goals for the following exhibitions as well as his viewpoints on the show biz amazing turnout.

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The crooner acknowledged that in order to accommodate his steadily expanding fan base, a larger venue was required, despite being astonished by the excessive crowd at the 2,700-seat arena.


“The manner in which we put resources into the occasion and produced consideration towards it, it was just correct that individuals come in their numbers.


“In any case, I’ve taken in my example that next time I do a show in the UK, I will decide on a greater scene since I didn’t expect the monstrous group that came. There were individuals stuck outside in light of the fact that within was at that point topped off,” he said.

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The honor winning rapper further tended to the deferred light and quick fire exhibitions at the show, ascribing the timing issues to fans showing up later than expected.


In light of an inquiry concerning the following expected area for a future UK execution, Medikal proposed that the 20,000-seat O2 Field may be held to ensure sufficient space for allies.






“The O2 Field, since we need an exceptionally large space so a many individuals can join in and see the exhibitions,” he uncovered.


The famous artist proceeded to reveal that authoritative commitments with the scene the executives expected the occasion to run definitively on time to abstain from paying weighty fines for going throughout the coordinated time limit.


“They couldn’t come on time, that was the primary issue, and I don’t fault them on the grounds that a significant number of them needed to go to work, and when they shut and prepared to get to the setting, it wasn’t great.


“We should end the show at 11 pm straightaway because of the understanding I had with the office administrators. Assuming it had gone beyond 11 pm, I would have needed to suffer over £300,000 in consequences, and I was unable to bear the cost of that,” he made sense of.

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