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Wiz Khalifa sets dance floor ablaze

For the third day running, TIMEOUT 72 restored the spirit of community to Goa's music landscape, bringing together music lovers of all colors, shapes, and sizes to celebrate the unity, love, and respect that defines music.

30th December 2017, 03:29 Hrs


The swarming Psy Stage had some superstars, both national and international, Bengaluru's Mrinal opened the day, leading to a stellar session by Delhi's favourite Vaeya followed with some harder rage with Israeli duo Symbolic melodic ragers.
The stage had already been set to perfection by the beautiful Monica Dogra and her ethereal, powerful voice, like a beacon in silver and white. Critically acclaimed songwriter and rapper Raja Kumari along with the face of Hip-hop in India, DIVINE (Gully Gang) showed their "BollyHood" prowess fusing rap and classical Indian sounds. Punjabi folk electronica act Hari & Sukhmani delivered a fusion set, worthy of an encore.
Shivai blasted off with looping and sampling of his beatboxing. The perfect accompaniment for the stage was the day's bass phenomena blasted off by Gurbax and MojoJojo, who primed the audience for the ever popular Wiz Khalifa and his anthems.
American rapper Wiz Khalifa blew up the Main Stage, performing some of his most celebrated songs and collaborations such as Black And Yellow, See You Again, and Payphone. which will live long in the hearts of the festival's patrons.
Vaishal Shah, Founder, TIMEOUT 72 states, " The roots of Goa have travelled musically across the globe, transforming cultures and traditions with its nomadic vibe. TIMEOUT 72 helped people experience this vibe and a rich confluence of music and other art forms in a boutique
environment. We are happy to have brought in substantial returns to the local economy and create business opportunities for the state of Goa. We are grateful to the fans, artists, crew, partners and sponsors and government for their relentless support. Our aim when we set out was to deliver a unique fan experience and today we have created history for a festival in its inaugural year."

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