24 September 2017

Nigeria: Why I Started Buckwyld & Breathless Concert - 2face Idibia

Prolific afro-pop singer, Innocent '2face' Idibia, has opened up on why he began his own concert, 'Buckwyld and Breathless', a concert which presents an evening of classic live musical performances, showcasing himself as a versatile entertainer.

In a chat with Showtime, the singer who celebrated his 42nd birthday during the week and is gearing up for another edition of the much anticipated concert billed to hold on October 22, at Eko Hotels, Lagos, told Showtime that the concert is the only place fans and lovers of good music have the opportunity to see the best of him as an entertainer.

"You know people like good music and great live performances, so I'm keeping that spirit alive because that's the only place people get to watch me on a full scale. Buckwyld and Breathless is a scripted concert; it's not like the regular shows where you just come to perform and go; it has a lot of props and so many artistic creative innovations on stage. That's why I said it's not like the regular shows you attend all the time. People may not understand it until they come and watch me perform on stage at the concert", he enthused.


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