Ace Nigerian singers and song writers Wizkid and Davido performed exquisitely in Windhoek Namibia and New York City over the weekend.
Davido performed at the Dr Sam Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek in Namibia, with more than 15,000 people in attendance
Our very own Davido was the caption act on the night and his entrance on stage was one that set the crowd into a wild passion.
The "Assurance" crooner had the crowd singing along every lyrics of his song with the opening of his hit song "Dami Duro" and also rendered most of his greatest hit including "If", "Aye", "Fia", and "Assurance".
Davido was encircled by his fans as he jumped into the crowd during his performance set with his life band, he also gave out most of his clothing items to the excited fans.
The artiste posted more of the concert videos on his Instagram handle @Davidoofficial.
Similarly, Wizkid also put up a superb stage performance at the One African Music Fest in New York.
The "Ojuelegba" crooner who recently opened his pop-up store in New York joined a mass of African super stars for the Fest.
The likes of Sarkodie, Cassper Nyovest, Flavour, Wande coal, Niniola, Skales and Jamaican Dance Dall sensation, Kranium were in attendance.
Wizkid performance was the climax of the event as he loped over tracks from his collection of hits like "Don't dull", "Baba Nla", "Soco", "Manya", "Nowo", "Fake Love" among others.
His liveliness was on point as he moved from one part of the stage to another, doing some "soco" and "shaku shaku" moves in fetching the crowd.
He also brought out "Afro B", a German rapper as they performed the superb single "Joana" remix.
Wizkid posted more of the concert videos on his Instagram handle@wizkidayo.
Davido and Wizkid made sure that the Afro-beat genre message spread to the ever going audience.
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