Flytime Promotions, a live entertainment and music promotion company, hosted stakeholders, influencers and celebrities to an exclusive private viewing of its documentary, “Rhythm Unplugged: The Evolution” on Wednesday, October 16, at the Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The private viewing featured a behind-the-scenes look at over 15 years of the widely acclaimed “Rhythm Unplugged” concerts.
The one-hour documentary showcased a rich background of the entertainment culture, the development of Nigeria’s biggest entertainers and the strong work ethic that goes into the production of the Flytime franchise shows.
The compilation piece also featured performances from the best and finest acts at home and abroad including appearances from notable personalities across the continent like; Cobhams Asuquo, music producer, Wizkid, Olamide, Davido, Kelechi Amadi Obi, Nigerian photographer, Obi Asika, Nigerian music executive, amongst others.
Following the viewing was a press briefing, chaired by the Flytime Music Festival management team.
Cecil Hammond, festival owner/president of the Flytime Group, addressed guests in attendance, announcing the ongoing plans and expectations for this year’s Flytime Music Festival.
He referenced that at its current trajectory in five years the Nigerian music scene would have more global dominance.
Sasha P, head of artist relations and creative director, noted the ease of relatability with the artistes being an artist herself.
“It’s easy for me to relate with the artistes because being an artist myself, I know what it means to be in their shoes and the effort it takes to put on a flawless show,” she said
Some of the notable guests present at the viewing included Funke Bucknor, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Toke Makinwa, Yaw, Ushbebe, Cobhams Asuquo, Eddie Lawani, Bovi, Tems, Alex Okeke, Deyemi the Actor, Yetunde Oyetunde, Okey Bakassi and a host of others.
For the first time since its inception, the festival will be held in five days in December, with a lineup of legendary acts which includes; Mase, Koffee, Boyz II Men, Megan Thee Stallion, and Tiwa Savage, and a host of other A-list Nigerian artists.
The ‘Nigeria to the World’ edition will commemorate 15 years of Flytime Promotions shows.
The concerts will showcase the brand’s mission of bringing global standards to the Nigerian music entertainment scene.
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Here are more photos from the event.
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