Telco thrills subscribers with Made in Lagos tour
The Made in Lagos tour has been a global showcase of African innovation and culture, with sold-out performances in cities like Houston, Los Angeles, and more.
Nigeria’s largest telecommunications company, MTN Nigeria on Sunday, November 28, afforded subscribers the opportunity to stream Wizkid 02 Arena’s concert from the comfort of their homes with access to superior network quality.
Through an exclusive streaming right, MTN Nigeria and music streaming platform UdUX, partnered to provide subscribers with an all-inclusive live experience, combined with behind-the-scenes footage from the backstage.
MTN customers also received discounted data offers to enjoy the historic moment and stream the concert free. They enjoyed a 30 per cent discount on all data plans purchased with a code that was sent via SMS on the exclusive opportunity.
Wizkid performed a number of his best hits including True Love, Mood, Show You the Money, Ojuelegba amongst others.
Excited subscribers took to their social media platforms to express their joy, share favorite moments, whilst commending MTN for a brilliant and innovative experience.
Wizkid kicked off the beginning of his O2 arena concert recently as he treated his 20,000 fans with premium entertainment. He brought to the stage with him other artistes like American Superstar Chris Brown. He also brough hit maker Tems, Buju with the Golden Voice, British Singer Ella Mai, and British rapper Skepta who all featured in his ‘Made In Lagos’ album, as he performed songs from there.
He brought Buju on stage as for Mood, in a moment that Buju described as career-defining. The artiste took his Instagram page @bujutoyourears to share pictures of the performance, with the caption,
“Shey Buju ko niyen? 20,000 plus DEEEP!! Singing back to me!! Grace, hard work and constant support from my people brought me here and I’m not going back!! @wizkidayo HIGHESTT (eagle) Love you forever!!”
Besides performing songs from his first album Super Star, Wizkid proved that he had more surprises in store for his fans, when he invited to the stage, Chris Brown who he recognised as the first guy to ever show him love internationally, and his real brother for 10 years. Breezy performed his own rendition of Go Crazy, which was a song he originally sang with Young Thug.