Olamide, Phyno, others thrill at Mega Music Nationwide Tour
12 August 2017 Celebrity
The quiet city of Suleja in Niger State experienced maximum fun last weekend when the Globacom sponsored Mega Music Nationwide Tour landed in the city.
The Tommy Hill Station Hotels where the show was held was filled to the brim with fun seekers who just wanted to catch a glimpse of their superstars.
And in fact, they weren’t disappointed as the Nigerian artistes who performed at the show made sure they gave their very best.
Marvin Records singer and Glo brand ambassador, Di’ja, whose real name is Hadiza Blell, opened the show with songs from her new album, ‘One Talk.’ She followed this with her other hit tracks such as ‘Aww,’ ‘How can we be friends,’ ‘Adaobi,’ ‘Take Kiss’ and ‘Air.’ Dancehall star, Runtown, took over from Di’ja and raised the tempo of the evening higher with his Kolabo, ‘Fijogbowo,’ ‘Bend Down Pause,’ ‘Superwoman’ and ‘Suddenly’ hit tracks. Next to mount the stage was Omawumi Megbele who as usual performed with her gaily dressed band members. ‘The Who I Go Ask’ crooner further enlivened the hall with her characteristic energetic delivery to the cheering of the audience. Her ‘Bottom Belle’ track was the highlight of her performance for the night.
And when Flavour came on the stage, the fans almost went haywire! The modern highlife king took the show to the next level with his tracks which gave the audience value for their time.
Phyno did not bring down the tempo when it came to his turn. The So far so good rapper showed why he is one of the most popular acts on Nigeria’s music scene as he treated the crowd to ‘Financial Woman,’ ‘E Chop My Money,’ ‘I don suffer’ tracks, ending with ‘Fada fada.’
While Phyno was on the last lines of the Fada fada track, Olamide joined him on stage for a collabo. They embraced and Phyno yielded the stage to Olamide, who was in his best elements. He gave the crowd something to remember for a long time to come with his Pepper them gang, ‘Sakiti bobo,’ ‘Kodurosoke,’ ‘Konkobilit,’ ‘Reggae Blues,’ ‘Don’t stop,’ ‘Alowo majaye,’ ‘Ori Iya mi’ and ‘Dongoyaro tracks.’