After stealing the hearts of Nigerians for over a decade with his P-square Beautiful Onyinye collaboration, as well as several appearances in the homeland, veteran American rapper and music executive, Rick Ross, is set to return to Africa’s entertainment capital, Lagos, next Thursday, for a scintillating Easter concert.
An initiative of global music power players, Immensum Music and Stellar International, the show dubbed, Rick Ross Live In Lagos, will see the rap maverick share the stage with some of Africa’s finest acts including Davido, Tiwa Savage, Mayorkun, DJ Obi, The Cavemen, Fave, DJ Yin, and many more, at the showbiz-friendly Eko Hotel and Suites, in Lagos.
According to the General Manager, Immensum Music, Tonye Ekine, “Immensum has been behind a lot of international artistes who have visited Nigeria, within the past six years. We are maximizing the impact this time, as we have partnered with Stellar International to create an evergreen experience that will significantly impact Africa’s showbiz scene. We have established a lot of distribution and publishing for several global acts and it is a no-brainer that we will take this step. With our vast network of partnerships with talent managers across the globe, we are very eager to begin this revolutionary journey.
“And this is just the first of many. We will be bringing the very best of the best in the coming years. We have more concerts in August and in December. We are creating a space that Nigerians would look forward to every holiday for the best of musical concerts.”
On his part, Head, Stellar International, Alkesh Thavrani said, “This partnership of monumental progress with Immensum Music is just the beginning of our many great initiatives to impact the African music industry. We are committed to ensuring a seamless experience for music lovers in Nigeria. We are tailoring our efforts towards making this as unforgettable as ever. We want Nigerians to have that sort of intrigue that people across other climes get when they see African acts; we are proud and confident in the African market.”
Via The Guardian