21 December 2012

Nigeria: Wizkid and Group Storm Lagos Today With Baddest Concert

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Empire Mates Entertainment artists

The city of Lagos will be agog with the award winning best musical group, EME, will today the stage the BADDEST concert.

Nigeria's rave of the moment, Wizkid will be performing alongside other wave making acts of Empire Mates Entertainment (EME) namely Skales, Shaydee, EME 1st lady, Niyola and chairman, Banky W as they thrill fans at the December concert holding at The Grounds, Oceanview Restaurants in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Produced by events company R28, the BADDEST is first in a series of big-budget international standard concerts to be promoted by the partnership of R28 and EME as they plan to make it annual.

Other artistes to headline the event are still shrouded in secrecy but sources revealed that Juju maestro King Sunny Ade may perform with other international acts.

EME according to Banky W plans to mke it the best Christmas present money can buy to their fans who have stood by them through the adventurous year, EME winning the Best musical group 2012 at the Headies apart from Wizkid winning the Revelation of the Year.

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