In celebrating Nigeria’s 56th independence anniversary, The Supremacy Concert, an initiative of the Main Group and the finale of the much talked about Made-in-Nigeria Festival attracted music fans from far and near to the Eko Atlantic in Lagos.
Leading the pack of entertainers was the living legend, King Sunny Ade, who recently clocked 70. KSA, wearing a Made-in-Nigeria bespoke Atiku outfit, sent the crowd into nostalgia by bringing back his evergreen songs back-to-back. Next to perform was Innocent Idibia popularly called 2Baba, who thrilled the crowd, decked in a native Akwa-Ibom outfit. He went on to reel out his hit songs from Implication to For Instance and more, a move that left the crowd asking for more. 2Baba didn’t disappoint his fans as he also performed his new single Officially Blind which was chorused by the fans throughout the period he performed.
In between these performances, one of Nigeria’s foremost DJs, DJ Jimmy Jatt, was on hand to deliver judgment on the wheels of steel at the concert.
Also mounting the stage was internationally recognised singer and entertainer Asa, who wore her trademark Nigerian fabric blouse while performing at the event. She literally blew away everybody, she performed hits from all her albums such as Bibanke, Akinyele, Mama mi, Satan be Gone, 360 and others. She also reminded everyone present how much of a good guitarist she is as she latched on to her guitar playing old songs much to the singing delight of all present there.
The Koko Master Dbanj came on stage in dramatic fashion after his ‘Hype man’ Jimmie, engaged the crowd in wild chants to welcome the emergence of the Ejanla.
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