DUNCAN MIGHTY THRILLS CROWD AT AFROBEAT PARTY 2018

Street Billionaires

Street Billionaires

 

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Crowd

It was a night of music, fun and dance at the 2018 Afrobeat Party, which held on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd of August, at the Afreika shrine in Ikeja. The Afrobeat party which was sponsored by Regal Dry Gin and powered by Streetmedia, was done to celebrate 21 years of the late Fela Kuti aka Abami Eda’s demise.

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Duncan Mighty aka Port-Harcourt First Son

 

Roozy

Roozy

As was expected the place was jam packed with lovers of good afro music, and the many acts who to perform didn’t fail to impress the crowd. The crowd could be seen singing along to the songs they know, dancing along and with lots of drinking and Indian hemp smoking, which is allowed in the Afrika Shrine premises.

Perruzo

Perruzi

The event which started on Thursday had lots of established acts who also performed such as Kelly Handsome, Toby Gray, Tolu Wealth, Barry J, Hypa, Roozy, Andy, Okal, Street Billionaires, Oscar P, Gubade, Perruzi, Mr Tob, Emperor Zin, Zinathan, Danny X, Myro, Dre San, with Duncan Mighty as the headline act. In all over 50 artistes thrilled the crowd at the two-day Afrobeat party, plus very good music mix from DJ Step.

DJ Step

Dj Step

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Hypa

Kelly Handsome was the headline act for day 1 and Duncan Mighty was the headline act for day 2, and it was a super performance from the ‘Port-Harcourt’ first son, when the excited crowd sang and danced along to all his songs. Being inspired by the response of the crowd, Duncan mighty delivered a stunning performance which brought the show to an end.

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Okal

Zinathan

Zinathan

 

The excited audience expressed their satisfaction with the show, and said they look forward to the next Afrobeat Party in 2019.

Emperor Zin

Emperor Zin

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IMG-20180806-WA0002IMG-20180806-WA0007Dre SanDuncan Mighty

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Dre San

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Barry J

Barry J

Tolu Wealth

Tolu Wealth

Photo Credit WakeUpAfrica

 

 

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