Oluwa BJ is a fast-rising Afrobeat artist based in Indiana USA. He takes us on a journey of his early life on his new single blessings. If you grew up in a Nigerian or African home you would relate to this song. He tells a tale of how difficult it was to get along with his parents during his childhood.
African parents are almost all alike when it comes to bringing up their children and Oluwa BJ does a great job in emphasizing it. I love the introspective nature of the song and I am confident you will enjoy it also.
I started from the bottom/ Eyin enemies calm down ke ma gboro/ See childhood e no easy/ Everyday P Man e too busy/ Big shout to my mama she stood as a mother and a father/ calm down let me take you back x 2 / When I small I spoil many things…
On Saturday 21st of September 2019, one of Nigeria’s brightest stars came through Indianapolis USA via Club Kalakutah, and dished out an energetic performance to remember.
Teni, also known as Sugar mummy walked up on the stage and immediately started connecting with her fans. “ Security!, remove all the gated barriers”, Teni ordered. “I want to speak to my people, they won’t kill me”…she said. Seconds later all the barriers surrounding the stage were removed and it did not take long for the crowd to be all over the stage and have a feel of their sugar mummy.
Her performance went on for another 45 mins and when it ended, everyone left the club happy and satisfied with her performance. She stayed back a for a little photo session before exiting the club in a 2019 Lexus SUV. Below are some footages from the event.
Other performances were top notch too, Pmartt, Oluwa bj , and Prince P set the stage on fire.