Amara Denis Turay popularly known as Kao Denero also dubbed as the Entertainment Ambassador has made the “Back To My Root Festival” a sold-out show.
The show which took place yesterday at Tokeh Beach had over 10,000 Sierra Leoneans in attendance both high parastatals and Black Leo fans.
The festival which the Office of The Entertainment and Investment Ambassador collaborated with the Ministry of Tourism was full of varieties of performances ranging from welcome custom dances, local drumming, traditional dance move, and a sequel of performances from Sierra Leone artists both home and abroad.
Kaligraph Jones from Kenya who also serves as a guest of honour for the festival graced the show with an extraordinary performance leaving the crowd in exceeding awe.
Selling out shows in Sierra Leone has almost become an easy-peasy business for Kao Denero as he repeatedly sold out the 21 stands Siaka Steven Stadium fully packed.
Kao Denero Reacted on Facebook about the festival
Amara Dennis Turay (born October 17), popularly called Kao Denero, is a Sierra Leonean rap artist and songwriter.
After his early days in Lungi Township, Port Loko District, Denero delved into the music industry releasing his first album in 2003 called Black Leo 4 Life.
Recently, he got nominated in the ‘African Rapper of the Year’ category by the 256 HipHop Awards, alongside other artists like Nasty C and MI Abaga.
Kao Denero grew up in the suburbs of Lungi Township. He was raised by his parents till they parted ways when he was 13.
Kao Denero was born on the 17th of October in the 1980s.
He grew fond of music in his childhood days. He became enthusiastic about rap music and drew inspiration from popular artists such as Tupac Shakur and Bob Marley.