[Events] Runtown, Olamide, Timaya, Yemi Alade and more at #GloMegaMusicTour Awka.

Six A-list music stars including the darling of Marvin Records label, Di’ja, Afropop poster boy, Timaya, King of the Streets, Olamide, Nigeria’s fastest rising music superstar Runtown, Queens of Afropop, Yemi Alade and Omawumi, performed at the Glo Mega Music Tour show and unleashed a kind of kinetic energy Awka has never seen before.

The crowd responded in equal measure and released a corresponding zestful energy which kept the show bursting at the seams with a sensational feeling for over 6 hours. The show was anchored by two Nollywood top-rated actresses, Mercy Johnson Okojie and Ebube Nwagbo.

Legends in the nation’s movie industry such as Patience Ozokwor, aka Mama G, Richard Mofe-Damijo, RMD, and the lead character in the TV Series, Professor Johnbull, Kanayo O. Kanayo, made celebrity appearances at the show to the delight of the crowd. They were complemented by the delectable actress, Angela Okorie,

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Legends in the nation’s movie industry such as Patience Ozokwor, aka Mama G, Richard Mofe-Damijo, RMD, and the lead character in the TV Series, Professor Johnbull, Kanayo O. Kanayo, made celebrity appearances at the show to the delight of the crowd. They were complemented by the delectable actress, Angela Okorie,

The show opened with dancing competitions, followed by performances by local artistes in Awka such as Emiboizy, Titilaptop, Emkizzy, Tonero, Videch and Zyryes, who all showcased their talents to the admiration of their fans. Two Glo subscribers, who had already competed in the online engagement activity vide #glosing, Endless Pella Iyke and Chief Priest, also used the platform to demonstrate their talent.

Di’ja, who opened the night, was awesome as she moved from one hit track to another. She complemented her performance with the introduction of Thelma, an Igbo ethno-rapper, who proved that what Phyno can do, a woman can also do. She was an instant hit with the crowd.

Watch Dija’s performance below:


The next act of the night was Omawumi and her band. The Itsekiri-born singer was simply indescribable as she performed her hit tracks; If you Ask Me, Bottom Belle, and others

Watch Omawumi’s commanding performance below:

 

RMD, who appeared on stage to educate the crowd about the Glo Café application, took time to mime Phyno’s Fada Fada track and dished out some dancing steps that sent the crowd wild in ecstasy.

The entrance of the dance hall act, Runtown, took the show to an even higher level as he performed his songs including Gallardo and Mad Over You amongst others

Watch Runtown’s performance below:

 

Yemi Alade and her band added great energy to the enthralling night as she sang her hit tracks: , Kom Kom, Kissing, Ferrari, Taking over me, Charlie, Tangerine and Pose. The crowd could not contain the excitement each time Yemi Alade paused and froze during her break dance.

Watch Yemi Alade’s performance below:

 

Timaya, who followed immediately with his Dem Papa signature tune dazzled the crowd further with I concur, Overdose, Money no dey, closing with Won fe pami.

Watch Timaya on stage:

 

 

Just when the evening was reaching its crescendo, Olamide came on stage and held the thousands of people in the hall captive for over 40 minutes. In quick succession, he raced through all his hit songs, making the crowd to scream endlessly. A few of the songs he performed were Jeje lomo eko, Introduction, How are you, Oh baba, Alowo majaye, Don’t stop, Skekelobose shoki, Eledami and Omo abule sowo.

Watch Olamide’s performance below:

 

From Awka, the train of the Glo Mega Music Nationwide Tour will this weekend move to Owerri, Imo State, where fun lovers in the city will be given a dose of the world-class entertainment at the International Conference Centre on Saturday, April 22.

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