Blackface and 2baba, two ex-members of Plantashun Boiz, a defunct music trio, reunited in Lagos.
2face, Blackface, and Faze (the third member) were a part of the R&B music group that later fell out in 2004.
The trio parted ways after the exit of 2baba who wanted a solo run on the platform of Kennis Music at the time.
This didn’t go down well with the other members but they moved on and each released their individual albums.
A disagreement ensued after Blackface accused 2baba of stealing the 2004 hit song ‘African Queen’ from him.
“I wrote the song, I decide who sings it and I decide who doesn’t sing it,” Blackface had argued to justify his move.
After a court case followed, it was reported that the duo signed an undisclosed settlement agreement in late 2019.
On Saturday, Faze, 2baba, and Blackface met at the Lagos memorial of Sound Sultan, rapper who died of cancer.
In a viral video, the three are seen on stage shaking hands, hugging, and publicly setting aside their differences.
Blackface, @official2baba, and Faze aka the Plantashun Boiz, settle their differences in honour of Sound Sultan, at his Night of Tribute held in Lagos on Saturday, July 24. #TheCableLifestyle #ChooseChickenNotBeef pic.twitter.com/kMEezJzrzfAdvertisement
— TheCable Lifestyle (@CableLifestyle) July 25, 2021
It is gathered that they performed a song in honour of the deceased whose death shook the Nigerian music scene.
An industry figure who spoke on the stage can be heard saying: “These are my sons. When they broke up, I cried.”
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