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    Live the Punchline 237 event in photos!

    Punchline is a unique show, created as a platform to enable rappers get back
    to the basics of rap, giving them an opportunity to be great performers!

    The first Edition of Punchline, at Dream Lounge, Buea.
    was an event packed full with unforgetable moments!
    DJ Toxic thrilled the crowd with an epic five minutes of ingenious beatboxing.
    Crispy held the crowd on the edge of their seats for cool six minutes,
    spitting bars, and even calling on fans to mime the lyrics of his
    critically acclaimed hit song: Small No Be Sick. It was simply magical.
    Guys, and even ladies were spitting Crispy’s bars.
    Ngoma killed the Cypher. Spitting over 32 metaphorical bars, in his
    dialect of course. But needless to say it was awesome. The crowd
    felt the chills. They loved his stage confidence, and even asked for
    a double performance of his latest come back release Ekie.
    You need to have seen ladies stepping to his Ekie walk.
    The surprise of the night; that moment when every body went “ahhh”:
    one of Africa’s most successful producers, producing monster hits like…
    all the way from Nigeria, was there. Mastercraft on the beat!
    Yes! And from the horses own mouth he was impressed about the quality
    of Cameroonian music, and called on every one to play a part in
    making Cameroon one of Africa’s great music nations by loving our artists.
    He went further to call on everyone to give a standing ovation to all the
    artists who performed that night.
    He was personally impressed by Crispy’s performance, and said we should look out for Jay Jay,
    who just dropped his comeback single, Feeling My Self.
    The show was heavily attended by big wits in the entertainment industry.
    The entire Industry Nite team was there [look out for the next edition holding
    on the 27th of February at Chariot Hotel].
    PunchLine indeed was an event worth remembering, bringing people all the way
    from Yaounde, Douala, Bamenda, Kumba, Limbe just to name a few.
    Now, matters arising: BMT. Black Man Time. The event, slated for 9pm, was two hours late.
    Suprisingly enough, this time, not the fault of attendees. By 9:30, Dreamlounge was packed full with
    an anxious crowd, looking forward to what PunchLine had to offer.
    Nevertheless, they were kept entertained by the Champions league match,
    which reportedly was the cause of the late start.
    Although we expected the event to be exclusively free styles and battles,
    it turned out good anyways because the performances were electrifying.
    PunchLine Episode 1 was an event worth attending, for those who made it,
    they just can’t wait tosee what the second Episode would be like.
    Worthy of note is the brilliant job by the emcees, Simo Jandie, later accompainied by Sparks da Virus,
    who doubled as a performer and host. Awesome blend.
    For those who couldn’t make it, here are a few pictures to whet your appetite.
    Follow all activities of PunchLine on hitfactree.com , the producers of this unique show,
    Charged up with rappers, spitting bars back to back. Check out the photos below:



    Mr Adrenaline

    Crispy x Mic Monsta

    Industry Nite Crew


    Reneta Ndisang 



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