15 December 2012

Nigeria: Tiwa Savage, Timi Dakolo, to Perform in Bez Mega Concert

All is now set for a mega concert by the alternative soul artist, Bez to crown up the year 2012.

The concert, according to organizers, promises to be a great one for the fans of Bez and lovers of soul and jazz music. According to the artist's manager, Enyi, Bez is holding his concert with music acts like Marvin Music 1st Lady singer, Tiwa Savage, Sheyi Shay, Timi Dakolo, Praiz who collaborated with Bez in 'That Stupid Song' single and others will jam it on the 29th of December.

He said, "Bez is having a mega concert at the Eko Hotel and Suites on Saturday, December 29, and it promises to be highly electrified as a lot of artists are billed to perform with him. Bez has been rehearsing for months for this concert and we can't just wait for the D-day".

Bez, with real name Bezhiwa Idakula, burst into the Nigerian music scene in 2010 with different singles like, More You, Zuciya-daya and Stop Pretending, but the video That Stupid Song, released last year registered his genre of music into the heart of music lovers home and abroad. With his performance with Praiz at the Headies 2012, many have come to recognise the young musician as the next big thing to happen to Nigeria as an ambassador of Soul music.

His World premiere at BET TV in 2011 ensured that his genre of music becomes recognised among his own people who are more at home with the popular hip hop music.

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