29 November 2012

Nigeria: Tuface, D'banj Clash With Femi Kuti, Sir Shina Peters At Top10Mics

Photo: Capital FM
D'banj seduces the crowd in true Kokomaster fashion.

It will be an unusual atmosphere at the exquisite Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos this evening, as an unusual music concert,tagged, the mother of all shows, TOP10MICS holds in grand style.

Organised by entertainment powerhouse, Koga, the concert has been generating heat in the past few weeks in respect of what to expect today as African queen crooner, Tuface Idibia, Kokomaster, Dbanj, Afrobeat Icon, Femi Kuti, Juju Star, Sir Shina Peters, Ace Humorist, BasketMouth, popular OAP, Yaw, DJs Jimmy Jatt and Neptune get set to thrill their fans.

The organisers have also confirmed that there would be 10% discount on tickets bought online

This year's TOP10MICS has been described as the ' battle of the young and the old breed' as two of Nigerian best music acts, Femi Kuti and Sir Shina Peters go head to head with the likes of 2face, D'banj and others.

Speaking on the concert, Anu Awoseyi of Koga Entertainment informed that there will be new twist to this year's concert. "We have been encouraged by the volume of tickets sold so far. For those fans who would be at the concert today, there is something more to this concert that would separate it from the usual ones. I am not allowed to reveal the specifics now but there would be new twists to this year's concert, last year's event was a little predictable but this year's show won't be like that from the performance of the headlining artistes to the organisation for the concert".

When asked how it has been working on the TOP10MICS project, Anu said "TOP10MICS is a big brand, it has not been easy for us at Koga and even our partners, it is not easy when an organisation decides to stage the mother of all shows but we have been able to break new grounds together because of the team spirit at Koga".

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