The Eric Many act made history by being the first Nigerian pop star to sell out the 4,000 capacity Amazura concert hall in New York City.
Nigerian pop star, Runtown has been unstoppable in the last 3 months and he continued his winning streak in far away, United States over the weekend.
The Eric Many frontline act was the star of the night on Saturday, March 18, 2017 when he made history by being the first Nigerian pop star to sell out the 4,000 capacity Amazura concert hall in New York City.
The 'Mad over you' singer apologised to fans who bought tickets but couldn't get access into the venue saying, 'Thank you New York,4,000 capacity sold out. My apologies to everyone that couldn't get in, we doing a bigger venue soon ."
He was later joined on stage by Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, Efya and Nigerian singer, JDC.
Before the New York concert, Runtown who has been on a world tour has recently performed and headlined sold out concerts at venues like Indigo 02 Arena in London, Howard Event Center in Washington and more.
He is set to return to Lagos, Nigeria in a few days to begin rehearsals for his April 14 concert at Landmark Event center, Lagos.