Vic Mensa’s Black Stars Line Festival has been successful since the commencement of its inaugural edition.
The week-long festival saw the America based Ghanaian rapper making exploits in rural areas of the country by extending water supply to the less privilege as reported earlier by this website.
The climax of his intentional Festival which sought to bring Africans in the diaspora home came off at the Independence Square.
Vic Mensa alongside Chance The Rapper had mounted the podium to entertain music lovers who had thronged the venue to write history with them.
The even saw the performances of afrofusion torchbearers such as Sarkodie, M.anifest, King Promise, Asaaka Boys, Stonebwoy among others.
On the night, T-Pain, Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa and other international musicians thrilled fans with their loaded catalogue.
According to Vic, he is willing to create awareness to the Black Americans to trace their ancestry routs. Just like himself, it is his call to the diaspora to start coming back home and support their motherland with their skills and resources.