Sunday, 23 October 2016

Olamide, D'banj, Flavour, others turn up with fans in Houston


The second edition of the One Africa Music Fest has been held in Houston, USA. D'banj, Olamide, Flavour, Psquare, Seyi Shay, Tekno, Skales and international act Sisqo among others were on hand to deliver show-stopping performances to their fans' delight.

As captured on social media, these were some of the moments that made the show a success.

Kokomaster D'banj who has personified the word 'entertainer' lived up to the billing with his nostalgic performances of 'Olorun maje' off his critically acclaimed sophomore album "The Entertainer", among others like 'Suddenly',  'Oliver twist' and 'Emergency'.

Lyricist on the roll Vector tha Viper had the fans cheering as he took to the stage to do what he does best - performing among other things his hit song 'King kong'.

Olamide 'baddo' performed his songs ''Durosoke',  'Turn up' and sadly 'Fada Fada' without Phyno.

Psquare rolled in with their latest tune 'Bank alert'.

Host Banky W also gave a performance of his songs turned up with 'Lagos party' in a creative fashion, conducting as in a choir a group of ladies for the song.

American R&B singer and dancer Sisqo partied with the crowd performing his 'Thong song' hit tune.

Flavour teased and pleased the crowd with 'Ashewo', 'Ada Ada' and more.


Tekno wowed the audience with his dance songs 'Where', 'Duro'  among others.


2baba serenaded the fans with 'African queen'.

Overall, the reception given back by fans showed the second edition was a success. 

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