Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Daniel Benson, affectionately known as Buju was overwhelmed with the amazing audience he encountered at the O2 Arena during Wizkid’s “Made In Lagos” concert.
Wizkid shut down the O2 Arena with an intimating performance alongside some of the big names in the music scene worldwide. Wizkid after unveiling his come-back concert at the O2 Arena became one of the fastest musicians to sell out the O2 Arena apart from Beyonce.
The concert saw some of the most talented top-tier musicians in the scene thrilling music lovers with electrifying performances. Tems, Chris Brown, King Promise, Buju, and other stars passed through and graced the occasion with amazing performances.
Buju who also made an appearance on stage with Wizkid has taken to his social media to express his appreciations for the outstanding welcome he received from the audience at the O2 Arena.
I was at the O2 and I had people singing my songs back to me!! Shit I’m from Babcock and not a lot of people believe in me and some hate me for whatever reason but I DID THAT! GRACE DID THAT @wizkidayo DID THAT FOR ME!!
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In other news, every successful person has undergone a difficult path. Suffering is a necessary and vital element of any genuine quest for success. Success may not come easily, but every difficult narrative has the possibility of a happy ending. Accepting hardship as a traveling companion is preferable to resisting it and creating more struggle.
Sista Afia, a well-known Ghanaian singer has recently narrated her inspirational story as she recounted her hustling days in the United Kingdom. According to the songstress, she used to be a “Waakye” seller in the United Kingdom.
Speaking in an interview with Nana Ama Mcbrown on United Showbiz aired on UTV, Sista Afia recounted that she used to serve “Waakye’ in a restaurant in the UK where she first met the rap king, Sarkodie.