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A’rese set bring live on stage her voice of Nigerian at ‘A Night At The Kazbah’




As preparation heightens for the second edition of ‘A Night At The Kazbah’, a musical fiesta power by premier 24-hour music station and curators of contemporary African and Nigerian music, Smooth 98.1FM, winner of the maiden edition of ‘The Voice Nigerian’, A’rese is set to wow music lovers with her voice.

This year event, have in the line up some of Africa’s biggest artistes to headline the show. The acts include South African singer, songwriter and guitarist, Jonathan Butler who will be supported by soulful house trio Mi CASA and A’rese. The concert holds on Saturday, October 22 at The Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos.

Anticipation for these performers has reached fever pitch on social media over recent weeks with each act taking to Instagram and Twitter to announcement their excitement to their Lagos fans.

Soulful House trio, Mi Casa took time out of their busy Africa tour to let their Lagos fans know they will be in town in a fun Instagram video. The ‘Jika’ performers took a leaf out of The Voice Nigeria winner, A’rese book, who earlier announced via Instagtam that ‘A Night At The Kazbah’ was infact her first live music concert since winning the coveted music prize.

Butler earlier in the week sent his video message promising to trill Lagosians with his electrifying truly authentic African sound. “A Night at the Kazbah is more than just music, it is a cultural exploration designed to bring good Nigerian, African and World music to the forefront of our consciousness and promote indigenous artistry,” he said.

Last year edition was a success, as it raised the bar and reshaped live music on the Lagos scene with a pioneering blend of AfroSoul and AfroJazz, featuring Ruby Gyang, Bez, Kunle Ayo and Brymo.

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