Ataaka drops his ‘King Street Carnival’ for Maccasio’s ‘Throne Concert’

Kukuo-based rapper, Yakubu Issah, known in music circles as Ataaka has finally decided to put his “King Street Carnival” on hold to pave way for Maccasio’s Throne Concert in Tamale.

This comes on the heels of allegations of attempts to sabotage the 69 Boss’ paid for event by Ataaka with his free show.

Both events were scheduled to take place on Saturday, 21st August, 2021 at on the streets of Jakarayili and the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium respectively.

The Hit & Run hitmaker in a Facebook post said the decision was for the growth of music industry and apologized to his fans for the postponement.

He indicated a new date for the event will be communicated in due time.

The management of Taaka Musix LTD sincerely wish to apologize to all Taaka Musix Fans & music lovers at large that “THE KING STREET CARNIVAL will be POSTPONE and the new date will be communicated in due course …
The pressure that is coming from left to right is unprecedented which seem to tag Taaka music evil clan ….
Let all support our brother for peace and love to prevail in Northern Music Industry.


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