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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

How African Stars Shut Down Lagos at AFRIMA 2017 Music Villa

Nigerian artiste, Junior Boy Performing within the crowd at the 2017 AFRIMA Music Village 
Afro-beat, Lagosians enjoyed all the performances.
African stars converged to stir the crowd at the AFRIMA 2017 Music Village at the Waterfront, Bar Beach, Victoria Island, Lagos on Friday, 10th November 2017. The stage showcased an array of upcoming acts, major comebacks and A-list artistes in the continent.

The major continental openly staged platform shut down the streets as fans connected with their favourite stars in a secure environment provided by the Federal Government and host city, Lagos State. The hosts, Gbenga Adenuja and Olisa Adibua, who are also entertainment industry buffs,
A View of the AFRIMA 2017 Music Village
made the right cuts on the artistic performances which left the audience wanting more African music. Ace African Disc Jockey, DJ Jimmy Jatt rocked the show with the 2017 top charting songs in Africa. Dance Competitons sponsored by Supreme Noodles also played tribute to multiple platinum Afro-beat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. The event was also supported by
DSTV, Smartcar, and Trace TV.

Pop acts, Tay Grin from Malawi, Nigerian local rapper, Seriki, Alternative Superstar, Sound Sultan, Diaspora Star,VI (London), Coeback Pop-star, Bigiano, AFRIMA Jazz nominee, Ed Izycs, YNBL Princess, Temmie Ovwasa, amongst others commanded the stage to the awe of the huge audience. 
Fuji lords, Adewale Ayuba, Maliaka, Atawewe, Osupa Saheed were some of the raves of the show.From Morayo's Alternative rock, to Ara Thunder's



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