This concert highlighted African culture and diversity in an awesome way. DANCE AFRIQUE LONDON showcased popular African artists such as; Awilo Longomba, P-Square, Flavour and a few surprise guests. All artists brought down the house by their amazing performances.
Dance Afrique evidentially showed why it is one of the fastest-growing intercontinental African concerts globally.
Dance Afrique showcased some of the world’s leading African artists in the famous Wembley Arena.
Nigerian superstars P-Square and Flavour were headliners of the star studded concert line up that included the musical legend Awilo Longomba.
Ghanaian superstar Shatta Wale and popular DJ and radio personality DJ Edu performed amazing sets.
However, nothing could have topped seeing the legend Awilo Longomba strut his stuff and keep the energy of the crowd at an all time high as he performed a catalogue of hits that proved so infectious that people couldn’t stay still.
Another stand out performance of the night was by Flavour. Once he took to the stage, the audience could not contain themselves.
The crowd was mixed with people of all ages and all backgrounds, all whining their waists and singing along to Flavour’s hit songs from Adanma and Shake to Onyi (which he brought out surprise guest Tiwa Savage to sing alongside him) to the now classic Ashawo remix. Flavour had the arena rocking as he commanded everyone’s attention with such a smooth swagger that even the guys couldn’t help but compete with the ladies as they joined in rocking and whining their waists to the flawless sound of the live band.
As if that wasn’t enough, once Flavour was done the crowd had ample time to catch their breathe before P-Square took to the stage for the last performance of the night.
The popular twins started off nice and easy, but in true shake-body form they took the crowd on a roller coaster ride of hit songs from, “No One Like You” to “Beautiful Onyinye” to “Personally” to “Chop My Money”.
The crowd was spoiled with bangers.
Comedian Eddie Kadi and Actress Funke Akindele did a great job of keeping the crowd excited in between sets with great banter as they flexed their dance moves along the way.
All in all, the show was very well put together and a great night for all. If you missed out, have no fear as part 2 will be brought to you in August.