Organized on September 18, Zenith in Paris, the concert by Cameroonian rapper Valsero called “the wolves are out” was a success in several observers opinion.
Cameroonian Valsero’s concert at the Zénith in Paris was a success. The rapper goes down in history as the first Cameroonian artist to bring together so many people in this performance hall; 7,300 tickets were sold for this event. A record all the more remarkable for a rapper, who recalls the worthy mobilizations of singers like Fally Ipupa and Kofi Olomide. This great historic step is the sincere response of the thousands of Cameroonians who wanted to come and give voice for the liberation of Cameroon.
In chorus, the rapper’s hit songs were picked up by the large crowd. A concert especially crowned by the presence and the performances of renowned artists among whom we can quote the Legend Richard Bona, with his much adored title Allô Fokou, Kareyce Fotso, Talla André Marie, Willy de Paris (…). As announced, Maurice Kamto was among the thousands of spectators of this concert. Several other defenders of liberated Cameroon and support for Africa honoured with their presence at this concert which will not only be remembered, but will further amplify the cry of a people who are fed up with bad governance.