Put together by Ade Bantu and his crew, the event which held at the Freedom Park, Ikoyi, on Friday, January 30, 2015, was fun and full of African music.
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It was a fun night of Afrocentric music, unplugged performances, and vocals as the first edition of the Afropolitan Vibes took place.
Put together by Ade Bantu and his crew, the event which held at the Freedom Park, Ikoyi, on Friday, January 30, 2015. It had a number of headline performers which included alternative singer Bez, rising songstress Ruby Gyang, Ajebutter22, and the veteran highlife singer, Chris Ajilo.
Bantu began the night with his band treating fans and guests to a number of songs ranging from conscious music, to a fusion of basic pop and Afrobeat.
Then came Ajebutter22, who lifted the crowd with a solid performances, rounded off by his popular hit song, ‘Omo Pastor’.
Ruby Gyang came after, bestowing some sultry effect on the crowd with her impressive ‘Good man’ record.
Chris Ajilo, 85, who is current planning on releasing his a new album, 50 years after his first, took thr stage, sending a wave of nostalgia through the audience. Bez Idakula, excellent with the guitar was the final guest act, stringing and singing, as he performed his new song, ‘There’s a fire’.
Bantu ended the night with more performances, as the night was rounded off on a high note.