Music life




In between the acts, top comedian Ali Baba made a cameo appearance to entertain the top notch guests.

DJ Cuppy, who was the main act of the concert, had a two-part performance. Supported by a dance group, she delivered a cocktail of mix that cut across all genres of music from house to pop, reggae, Afro-pop, garage, Afro beat, and Afro-Juju.

The highlight of her delivery was the performance of the Tunji Oyelana’s classic “I Love My Country”. She was backed by a dance group waving Nigerian Green-White-Green flag and an impressive fireworks display to cap off the gig.

The next stop of the very ambitious #CuppyTakesAfrica tour, supported by GT Bank plc and Dangote Foundation, will be Dakar, Senegal on 5 August. From there, the train will move to Accra, Ghana on 7 August; Nairobi, Kenya on 10 August; Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania on 15 August; Kigali, Rwanda on 21 August; Kampala, Uganda on 22 August and made a final stop in Johannesburg, South Africa on 29 August.

Posted by Abdulwahab


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