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Burna boy shuts down Felabration 2019 in style

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African giant, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, popularly known as Burna boy took the crowd for a wild ride, as the singing sensation performed some of his best hits, alongside other performers for Felabration 2019.

The African Giant brought his ‘A’ game to the show, as Burna Boy did not fall short of expectations.

Burna Boy dropped some of his best hits like, ‘Dangote’, ‘Tonight’, ‘Killin Dem’, ‘On the Low’ and ‘Another Story’, a song which talks about the event surrounding Nigeria’s freedom from British rule.

Burna Boy also did not disappoint, when it came down to dropping some hot dance moves at Felabration 2019.

According to within Nigeria, Felabration’s concert which is running under the theme ‘From Lagos With Love’, started at the New Afrika Shrine, on 14 October and will be wrapped up on 20 October, a non-stop party’ that celebrates the life and legacy of Afro-beat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, championed by Yeni Kuti.

Felabration was also a host to other amazing artists like hip hop rapper, Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, who is popularly known as CDQ. The artiste performed some of his great hits like,  “Say Baba”, “Onye Eze”, “Nawo E Soke”, “Flex to “Were Yo” among others.

Read also: Burna Boy wins Best International Act 2019 at Bet 

Also 2017 BBNaija winner, Efe, was present at the celebration, where he also performed some of his great hits.

Other artistes include Martinsfeels, Lyta, Bella Shmurda, Maka, Killy, Kholi, Tzay, Moxziey, FMG, Sim, Samiyo, Steve Black among others.

Felabration began in 1998 and with the exception of 1999, it has come to be an annual event that has grown exponentially every year, with a surge of concertgoers visiting Lagos for the sole purpose of being a part of the musical jamboree.

 

 

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