Music met romance at singer's ''Rush" intimate musical experience event, that had audience asking for an encore at almost every turn.
Taking place on Sunday night May 7, 2017 at the Victoria Crown Plaza Hotel right inside a medium sized room, Djinee and a host of other fine musicians took the audience on a beautiful music jolly ride.
The event hosted by the ever lively Omalicha, radio presenter at Rhythm 93.7 fm kicked off with a lovely rendition by a talented music producer and singer Olaitan Dada, followed by Destiny, Michael, Tomi Owo, Omotayo, Acetune and Nathmac.
Then the man of the night, Djinee came through at about 9:25 pm, looking like a rockstar. He started off with his latest song ‘Shout out to my lover’, and then ‘Thank you’ off his debut album.
‘I no dey shame’ follows where he preaches on the true meaning of showing love.
Djinee was unapologetically a romantic on the night, taking on any beautiful lady in sight, serenading them with his music.
He brought out Debbie Ibinabo Romeo from MI’s Chocolate City Music, and got very intimate with her sitting on the chair blushing away. “Let me be your warrior tonight..” Djinee sang into her ears. He also performed Bob Marley’s ‘Turn your lights down low’, in all its sensual glory.
Djinee then toned the romance down a bit with the sober prayer song ‘Alright’ before he turned it up again with audience favourite ‘Overkilling’ featuring the Choc Boys MI and Jesse Jagz.
Mr Incredible, MI then at some point joined Djinee on stage to light up the performance more. Best believe MI did his thing. They both then performed ‘MI’s ‘Safe’ after the earnest request from the fans.
The pair sure took everyone back memory lane alongside the band.
Djinee of course had to round off the night with his love song ‘Ego’, and killed it rightly well. Great Music, romance and good humor all rolled up into one sure summarizes how the night went.
Djinee’s ‘Rush’ was a delightful intimate music showcase that deserves an encore.