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Afro-retro artiste, IBEJII, live in concert today


The multi-music genre artiste and afro-retro musician, Ibejii, will today in upscale Ikoyi, host ‘Ibejii Day’, in celebration of twins. A twin himself, the singer with plans to tap into the mystery of a tribe who alone are born with natural best friend, will celebrate the mystery of twins in what would be considered an exceptional night of live music.

The singer notes that as a twin, he shares the cultural advantage of possessing and being protected by supernatural powers, a factor that presumably shapes the extraordinary talent of his multifaceted personality.

In a saturated music industry where lewd lyrics and cacophony is the norm, Ibejii, daring and compelling, entered the Nigerian music arena some two years ago, with his release of the critically-acclaimed single, Ayanfe, a love song that speaks of chivalry and love in its purest form.

Born in London, United Kingdom as a twin and raised in a music-loving family, the avant-garde artiste grew up listening to a variety of music genres. His Nigerian origin influenced his unique blend of African and international motifs in the creation of his music. His unique style of music has seen him continue to rise up the ladder of reckoning, as his music is cross-cultural, cross continental, and a delight of music lovers from diverse continents.

He said, “Music gives the opportunity to explore different themes and ideas. It enables one to push messages through a platform that is universal; that works. My journey is a subtle blend of the Taiye and the Kehinde, the seen and the undisclosed, the old and the new, African vibes and international sounds.”“Ayanfe was my first gift to the world; a world of pure souls, lovers of edifying verse, of chivalry and character – a beautiful, beautiful place,” he added.


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