DJ Benny D And Other World Renowned DJs To Storm Lagos

DJ Benny D who will be the first of the international DJs to storm Lagos will unlock a series of nights of splendor and inventive clubbing experiences for all consumers of Heineken and beyond.

Official DJ for Konvict music superstar Akon, DJ Benny D is set to hit Lagos in the most innovative clubbing experience ever called the Green Light party which will unlock a series of other spectacular clubbing events with two other world famous DJs in coming weeks.

The clubbing events, which is set to give the Lagos nightlife a transformative new look will feature three world renowned DJs in three different nights of glamour and exquisiteness in three premium clubs in Lagos.

International superstar, DJ Benny D, real name Benny Demus also has one of his singles ‘Don’t Let Up’ which he produced, appear on Akon’s multi-platinum CD, which sold over 3million copies worldwide and also official DJ for renowned American female rapper, Eve as well as RnB group TLC.

Apart from DJ Benny D who will be shutting down Lagos on the 4 of October 2014 at Club Escape, two other renowned DJs will take turns in subsequent weeks to take over two other premium clubs in Lagos.

The Green Light party series is powered by world’s leading international beer, Heineken.

Watch the announcement video below.


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