Pop act to start 10th year anniversary tour on January 31

Banga Lee announces his 10 year anniversary events with a top notch trailer which highlights top moments in his career.

African superstar D'banj will kick off his ten year anniversary in the music business on the 31st of January in the city of Lagos.

To announce series of events to celebrate his decade as one of Nigeria's finest entertainers. D'banj has released a trailer. The trailer highlights some of D'banj's milestone achievements, and him channeling the role of Eddie Murphy in his classic movie 'Coming To America'.

You can watch the video below;

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