26-year-old Nigerian artiste Oluwole Ajibade better known by his stage name Mr. Eazi last Saturday rocked Kenyan fans at The Ng’ong Race Course.
The event was hosted by Hype Group Limited and Memphis Bar and Restaurant and powered by Roya Entertainment.
Veteran DJ, DJ Stylez was the Mcee for the night and kept fans hyped despite the biting cold.
DJ Crème De La Crème and DJ Hypnotiq also took to the stage with Crème performing hit song ‘Kufa Juu’ alongside Tribeless.
New kid, Tunji proved to be a crowd favorite with hit song ‘Mat Za Ronga’ alongside a new release.
Though she had taken a hiatus, Petra was back like she had never left with hit after hit including ‘Rider’ with Khaligraph Jones.
Dressed in a white suit, Otile Brown brought that ‘Kunidzia’ flavour to the hip-hop dominated stage.
We were then back to hip-hop wagon as ‘Baba Yao’ Khaligraph Jones rocked the stage with ‘Mazishi’ among other hits. He concluded the performance by popping a bottle of Belaire Rosé allover his fans.
Timmy Tdat took to the stage for the performance everyone is talking about. The performance became the talk of the town because of the blatant display of ratchet-ness from the singer and the ladies that got up on stage.
After Timmy’s display, veteran rapper Prezzo took to stage much to the excitement of his die-hard fans who enjoyed songs like ‘Mafans and ‘Naleta Action.’
The Afro Harmony Band which has been a favorite in Ghana gained Kenyan fans with a sizzling rock set, paving the way for Mr Eazi who jumped in catching the fans unawares.
And for those itching to see a great performance accompanied by live music, Mr Eazi did just that with bangers like ‘Leg Over’ and ‘Sample You.’
The highlight of the show was his ‘Pour Me Water’ performance where Mr Eazi took the stage, stripped off part of his overall and allowed fans to drench him in water as he sang ‘Pour Me Water’.
Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest Announces 2019 LineUp
Montego Bay bash mixes legends with local acts, plus two former rivals putting old differences aside.
Reggae Sumfest has been Jamaica’s premiere festival for more than 25 years; the Montego Bay event mixes the genre’s legends with local acts, plus great local food, all night beach dance parties and more. The festival’s 2019 event will run from July 14th through the 20th. The lineup includes Chronixx, Spice, Spragga Benz, Buju Banton, Elephant Man and more. Dancehall DJ Spragga Benz helped announce the lineup at a New York party, debuting new music at the same time.
The most newsworthy part of the fest is the appearance of dancehall veterans Beenie Man and Bounty Killer, who have a rivalry that dates back decades. The two DJs will be performing onstage together on July 19th, having set aside their differences. (Urban Idlanz goes deeper into how that happened.) “Beenie and Bounty are icons of Reggae Sumfest,” said Cordell “Skatta” Burrell, of fest organizers Downsound Entertainment. “Known for their high energy, witty lyrics and outstanding stage presence, they will perform tune for tune, singing songs from different genres through the ages. They will show everyone the skill and talent that’s kept them at the top of the dancehall scene for over two decades.”
Ghanaian Music Group Gallaxy, To Kick Off Europe Tour From May To June
Gallaxy, Ghanaian music group will officially be going on an European tour soon.
The duo were very happy to make this announcement on their page today.
4th Annual Edition Of “Protect Yo HeART” Takes Over The USA
Protect Yo Earth Experience.
This year we will kick off a series of events on Saturday, April 20 the across 12 cities, with 23 curated activations; which culminate into a spirited closing on Protect Yo HeART Day – Tuesday, April 23rd. The grand finale celebration and awards ceremony will be held at Le Souk in New York and hosted by the one and only Un AKA UncuttART.
Honorees will be presented with a commemorative art piece by UncuttART in acknowledgment of their continuous support of the art community & concentrated efforts to showcase the art & bring awareness to the particular challenges heARTists experience in their daily lives.
While the agenda will vary from location to location, planned activations include: VIP influencer mixers, press hour, various installations across art and art x fashion, live art and music activations, yoga, meditation and wellness activations, sip & paint, PYH custom fragrance bar, the PYH documentary screening and so much more.
Traditionally, we incorporate a range of physical and mental activities to engage attendees and assist in removing barriers to possibility, connectivity, and productivity. “People want to believe in something.
I want to help people believe in themselves. When you are at that breaking point, what you believe about yourself is the only thing that matters” said Uncutt.
He created Protect Yo HeART Day to remind people of the importance of self-love and self-appreciation. To see the full program by city visit: www.ClubDebut.com/ProtectYoHeART.
The Protect Yo HeART | Protect Yo Earth experience allows for artists, fashion designers, creative entrepreneurs, wellness leaders, thought leaders and the community at large to explore their creativity to the fullest while connecting with themselves and others in unconventional ways. “Through these highly curated experiences, we raise awareness on sensitive topics including the role of self-love and self-appreciation in suicide prevention.
Our participants, facilitators, and virtual followers alike, through their engagement of Protect Yo HeART in any capacity, become part of a community and the global initiative” said Kesi Gibson, founder at Club Debut and
nationwide coordinator of the Protect Yo HeART | Protect Yo Earth Experience
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