Korede Bello and Reekado Banks Singers thrill crowd at May day Afrobeats concert in London

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Korede Bello and Triple MG singer Tekno entertained an excited London crowd at the Mayday Afrobeats concert on Monday, May 2, 2016.

Opened by Dutch Da Don and hosted by hilarious award winning comedian Seyi Law, the first ever Arin’s Angels Mayday Afrobeats Concert in the United Kingdom was an exciting show full of a variety of acts showcasing their musical talents to a packed audience.

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UK based artistes who graced the stage last night included Moelogo, Selimax, CoolH, Kaybad, Ray, YFS, SK, BiLara, Jhybo, Paveway and Coalition Dancers.

UK ” Bellovers” were most definitely in the building as Korede Bello was loudly welcomed by screaming female fans. Looking angelic in a long sleeved white outfit with contrasting bright green sneakers, the handsome singer performed ‘ African Princess’ , ‘ Mr Romantic’ , ‘ Mungo Park’ and multi-award winning song ‘ Godwin’ as his adoring fans sang along.

Towards the end of his performance, he was joined onstage by Mavin Records label mate Reekado Banks, launching into ‘ Doro Bucci’ and ‘ Adaobi’ together before Reekado’s solo set began.

Wearing a customised denim jacket, white jeans, signature hairstyle and dark sunglasses, Reekado treated the crowd to ‘ Oluwa Ni’ , ‘Chop Am’ , ‘ Sugar Baby’ and ‘ Katapot’ accompanied by his dancers. The singer even took the time to pose for selfies with ” ReekAddicts ” when they held out their phones as he ventured into the crowd.

Last but certainly not least to hit the stage was TripleMG’s young prince Tekno, whose highly choreographed dance moves and fashion forward look absolutely delighted the crowd. As he sang ‘ Wash’ , ‘ Dance’ , ‘ Anything’ and smash hit ‘ Duro’ , the level of excitement completely skyrocketed as the young artist threw both his hat and designer watch into the crowd – sending the audience into an uncontrollable frenzy

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