A night with the Cavemen in Lagos
All roads lead to the Muri Okunola Park, in Lagos, next Thursday, as the acclaimed highlife fraternal duo, Cavemen, are set to wrap up their countrywide Stay Cavy highlife tour with a grand finale.
After touring Ibadan, Owerri, Enugu, Port Harcourt, and Abuja, the brothers – born Kingsley Okorie, and Benjamin James – are set to unpack their two current studio albums “including unreleased music” to their blooming highlife fans in the city.
Breaking out, last year, with their debut album dubbed, Roots, the Imo natives have become the latest apostles of highlife music, leading the renaissance of the once glorious genre. With their latest album dubbed, Love and Highlife, the duo has managed to maximise their momentum, rehashing the sound to appeal to even more nonchalant audiences.
They have also received industry co-signs from almost everyone, including Wizkid, Asa, Cobhams Asuquo, and many more. They have also been touted as one of the most energetic performers, notable for their signature live band performances.
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