African artists are filling up stadiums and arenas in and around the world and King Tee Dee believes nothing is impossible.
Mr 28 09 who for the second time shutdown Unam stadium shared on Twitter on how African artists have been gracing major stages within the continent and beyond. He’s appreciating the hard work being put out by his fellow African artists for taking Africa to the world.
It’s no joke that African music is legit growing and reach the masses. Here are a couple of African artists who have been pushing their extremes by filling up stadiums in and around the world, not only securing the bag but making African music known as well.
Yemi Alade the Woman of Steel sold out Addis Ababa a few days ago with her #womanofsteeltour giving everyone the african experience.
Gazza drew in an large number of peeps for his #GazzaMilliConcert that took place at Sam Nuyoma stadium this year. History was made in Namibia and the #GazzaMilliConcert is one for the books!
Wizkid has again shut down the O2 Arena in London. This time, it was for his much anticipated music festival, Starboy Fest.
Remeber Cassper Nyovest who achieved his goal to fill up FNB Stadium? The stadium’s capacity is 95,000 people. Nyovest sold a total of 68,000 tickets. This topped his biggest concert at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto with 60,000 fans. And he is about to repeat history once more this year with #FillUpRoyalBafokeng
Tiwa Savage sells out the Indigo at the O2 Arena, London at her first UK headline concert, tagged, ‘The Savage Tour’.Tiwa Savage hosted her fans to a classic night of music and dazzling performance as she sells out the Indigo at the O2 Arena, in London, United Kingdom as well as Paris. She’s no stranger on continental and international stages.
Davido and Burna Boy have also been shutting down shows as far as Zambia, Atlanta, Amsterdam and Philedelphia etc. This two giants continiously proof that African music can reach the world.
Then you get Vanessa Mdee, she did the things that need to be done in Nairobi, Kenya. Africa to the world!