Beebee Bassey serenades guest at first edition

Nigeria foremost news site hosts its first edition of their weekly event Pulse Bluesday Tuesday.


The No.1 site in Nigeria for the latest news on politics, gist, movies, celebrities, music, lifestyle and events held its first edition of their weekly event, Pulse Bluesday Tuesday on 8 July, 2015 at BLD by Play located in Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

Singer and guitarist Beebee Bassey was live on stage singing those slow love songs we love to hear including Bruno Mars' 'When I was your man' to Adele's 'Set fire to the rain' and Beyonce's 'If I were a boy'. Bassey took us back in time with some original R&B classics like Little Willie John's 'Fever'.

The former Nigerian Idols (season 4) contestant was supported by music director and producer Sam Mbek who played the keyboard.

BLD by Play is owned by Charles Okpaleke who also owns Play Lounge in Abuja. The establishment provides a continental and Nigerian menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With this weekly event, Pulse aims to create a mellow after-work place for people in a warm elegant setting.

Last night guests were serenaded by the self-taught singer's strong vocals as they listened to good music while sipping on BLD signature cocktails.

See gallery below, and video above for performances!


Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:


Recommended articles

Married woman and illicit lover get stuck after sex until her husband arrives (Watch)

'You had no kobo na package we dey package' Iyabo Ojo's ex PA says as they drag each other on Instagram

Pastor arrested for killing and burying wife in shallow grave behind his house

Police throw birthday party for robber arrested on his 18th birthday (video)

I've not had sex for 23 years although my husband urged me to get it outside – Woman cries

Angry youths dump dead body at Gov Makinde's office after violent clash in Ibadan

Iyabo Ojo calls out her bestie Omo Brish on IG for throwing shades at her

Actress Lilian Esoro sparks romance rumours with footballer Odion Ighalo

Farmer shoots 18-year-old herdsman to death for grazing on his farm