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#GazzaMilliConcert makes history

Gazza knows how to throw a show and he had everything from bikes and a Mercedes Benz on stage and to tightened friendships, the #GazzaMilliCincert is indeed one for the history books full of nostalgia for many people.

At a fully packed Sam Nujoma Stadium the #GazzaMilliConcert took place, setting a standard. An event organized to celebrate the musical journey of GMP founder Gazza saw artists from as far as Nigeria and South Africa grace the stage in honoring award-winning artist Gazza on reaching a million views on YouTube among his other accolades.

The #GazzaMilliConcert was a success from the stage graphics to the artist line up, tight security and not to forget his iconic performance entrance, everything was well organized and once again Gazza proved to be Pumumu. Gazza organised himself several bikes that drove on stage right after he came out of a Mercedez Benz.

To add to that, the artist performed all his selected songs for the evening with passion and emotion vividly visible on his face. Gazza shared the stage with Professor and Emtee. The highlight for the concert was when Gazza and King Tee Dee embraced each other after their historic performance. “It’s all love”,” said Gazza when he hugged his “Brother from another mother” King Tee Dee.

Lioness, Oteya and KP Illest all had memorable performances at the event that was televised on NBC. Emtee had one of the biggest performances of the night with many of the fans singing along to every song he performed.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo


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