Industry Nite, Nigeria’s foremost talent discovery and performance event, recently held its latest edition with Timaya, veteran dancehall superstar, as the headliner for the month.

The city of Lagos came alive on Wednesday, March 27, when Industry Nite delivered an outstanding show at Hard Rock Café, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Music lovers and enthusiasts thronged the venue in their numbers to enjoy the best of live authentic music.

Among those spotted at the event were DJ Jimmy Jatt, Olisa Adibua, alongside other notable personalities like A&R YBNL Ent; Alexander Okeke, YCEE, D’Prince, Korede Bello to mention a few.

The amazing DJ Badus set the ball rolling by spinning the latest Nigerian and global hits, with Spanky Manolo, professional hype-man, raving up the crowd.

Upcoming artists entertained the crowd as they delivered performances of their various songs including notable artists such as Dapo Tuburna, T Classic, Ivy blue, and Good Girl LA.

King Perry, a buzzing music sensation, also took the crowd to a different level with his performance, as he opened the stage for the headliner of the evening.

The night swiftly notched up another level when the dance-hall king, whose real name is Enitimi Alfred Odom, stepped on stage to much applause from the crowd.

The singer displayed a unique mastery of his stage craft and showmanship as he performed beautiful live renditions of some of his smash hits such as; Good or Bad, Ogologomma, God You Are Too Much, Ah Blem Blem, Dem Mama, among others.

Timaya was joined on stage by some of Nigeria’s music industry’s finest; Harrysong and Peruzzi, each artiste, supporting the dance-hall king to deliver exceptional live versions of their smash hit collaborations like Samankwe, Kom Kom and more.

It is safe to say that Industry Nite’s March edition was a mind-blowing experience for all present.



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