American artiste, Usher performing at Global Citizen Festival at Accra's Black Star Square

What a way to resume a fresh season. It has been a few months since the Millennial Street Podcast.

In the takeoff episode for season 3, hosts Nasiba Yakubu and Kenneth Darko spent their Saturday night at the Global Citizen Festival at the Black Star Square in Accra.

They were struck by the star-studded line-up which included Usher, SZA, Stormzy, Sarkodie, Tems, Gyakie, and Stonebwoy among others.

The event has been touted as the best in Ghana this year.

The hosts breakdown offered in the opening installment of the Millennial Street Podcast will show you why.

Musicians at the star-studded event thrilled attendees through their spectacular performances on stage.

Gyakie, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Stormzy, Usher and others delivered enthralling displays amid cheers from the crowd.

There were also surprise appearances by Oxlade, Tiwa Savage, Pheelz, Kwesi Artur and Yaw Tog.

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Millennium Street is a culture and society-based audio series which has produced content that has thrilled its ever-growing audience with topics from trending developments to relevant thought-provoking conversations that tickle the fancy of a vibrant youth – from Millennials to Generation Zs and boomers alike.

Season 3 of the podcast promises fresh perspectives and new initiatives to make it even more interesting.

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