Ammo Ski Mask To Perform At The Gallery House On Sunday
Untitled hit maker Ammo Ski Mask will on Sunday perform at the first ever music and creative arts event dubbed ‘The Gallery House’ at the National Museum.
The Gallery House is a music and creative arts-oriented event that promotes artists and brings them more closer to their followers and potential clients.
It will be more of an intimate performance with Ammo Ski Mask performing and telling a story of his journey in the music industry. He will be interpreting some of his songs and explaining how they are relevant to his life and career.He will be performing with a live band during the event where he will perform songs from his different mixtapes and albums such as Get rich or die rachet and The devil wears prada.
Promoter of The Gallery House Drew Chadhall told the media that this is more of an intimate event that will be taking place on a regular basis with different acts headlining.
“It’s an unplugged type of event whereby artists tell their stories and musical journey. We are targeting mostly upcoming and unknown artists. The reason we came up with such a concept is to promote artists and have them exposed to potential clients and followers,” said Chadhall.
There will be other entertainers on stage such as Abigail Isa, DJ Scratch and Angvlo.
Four local fashion houses Glotto, Keno Suits, Diamond Dust and March Courture will be exhibiting and selling their products.