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Check out Wizkid’s “New Best friend” As They Perform “Manya” @#30BillionConcert

It  was a nights exemplary artistry and entertainment, witnessed with a mammoth audience as Davido headlined so what can easily be referred to as Africa’s biggest concert of the entire year;’30 Billion Concert’– offering some of the  most celebrated and revered names ; including Nigerian Starboy WizKid, Patoranking, Wande Coal, 2Face, Reminisce and several others on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at EKO Hotel Convention Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The tens and thousands of fans in attendance witnessed Davido draw out several acts to perform for the night time, and perfectly before offering WizKid, the DMW boss bellowed; “Would you like to meet my new best friend?”?” to which everyone heartily yelled. Wizkid soon emerged from backstage and both embraced.

Wizkid proceeded to perform one of is own recent street jams ‘Manya’alongside Davido raising the ecstasy in the atmosphere several notches higher. WizKid soon gave Davido a hearty shout out before exiting the stage.

It’s clear that this occasion would mark the start of a long-lasting bromance between both stars.

Other notable artists who contributed to the excitement of the night time include South African rapper Nasty C, Mo’Hits stars – Don Jazzy, Dbanj, Dr Sid, Kay Switch, Ikechukwu, Wande Coal, D Prince, CDQ, Terry G, Humble Smith, Dremo, Mayorkun, Dice Ailes, Reekado Banks, Daddy Showkey, Solidstar, and several more.

 

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