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2Face, Reminisce, Brymo, Oritsefemi Shine at RSVP Concert!

By BHM GROUP
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Lagos| Nigeria: Despite the postponement of the elections, the RSVP ConcertTour came to a close last weekend in a thrilling finale.

The event which held on Sunday, February 8th at the Classique Events Place in Oregun had many young voters in attendance.

2Face Idibia, Reminisce, Brymo and Oritsefemi thrilled guests through out the show with pulsating performances. Guests also enjoyed performances from upcoming artistes, dance competitions, credit giveaways and comedy skits.

The night which was hosted by Gbenga Adeyinka and UshBebe kicked off with the DJ who got the crowd warmed up with throwback hits from African China, Olu Maintain among other classics.

Oritsefemi blew the roof off the venue as he performed his monster hit, 'Double Wahala'. Brymo later took to the stage with performances of 'Omoge Campus', 'Good Morning' and 'Ara' which brought the crowd to a frenzy.

In quick succession, Reminisce turned up the heat as guests sang along to his hit tracks he performed including Tesojue, Daddy Mi, Fantasy among many other songs.

2Face Idibia finally brought the show to its peak as he admonished the crowd to shun all election violence and vote peacefully. He then performed the hit tracks, “E Be Like Say", “For Instance” and “Nothing Dey Happen”.

The RSVP Concert tour which boasts of a lineup of artistes including Burna Boy, Yemi Alade, Ice Prince, MI, Ruggedman, Mode9, 2Face, Reminisce has entertained and educated voters in major cities across Nigeria including Port-Harcourt, Kaduna, Jos, Owerri and Lagos.

The RSVP concert tour is an initiative of EIE Nigeria, a non-partisan coalition of individuals and organizations committed to instituting a culture of good governance and public accountability in Nigeria through advocacy, activism and youth mobilization. The objective of the concerts is to deepen youth participation in democracy and educate youth voters using 15 minute voter education interludes incorporated into the concerts.