Following the successful release of her sophomore album,‘Simisola’, Nigerian pop singer and X3M Music signed artist, Simi will perform a live concert at Hard Rock Café on November 26th.
The concert, titled ‘See Me Live’, is created in collaboration with Eclipse Live Africa, the producers of homegrown beach festival Gidi Culture Fest. “See Me Live” will bring an energizing, yet intimate, live experience to the Lagos entertainment scene.
The ‘Simisola’ album hit the Billboard World Music charts at number 5, debuted at number 1 on both the Apple Music and iTunes chart, and held its position for three weeks. The album, which currently stands at number 2, is still going strong. Lead single, ‘Joromi’ became an instant favourite, ringing through the airwaves of both local and international radio.
The ‘See Me Live’ concert sees Simi headlining her first concert here in Lagos, as an appreciation to her fans both new and old, and an opportunity to bring her album to life.
With the chart-topping ‘Simisola’ album, a live band and support from a few special guest artists; Simi is set to wow the people of Lagos with a memorable performance brought to you by Eclipse Live.
Tickets are available at: www.iamsimi.com
When: November 26th, 2017
Doors open: 7pm | Show starts: 8pm
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About Eclipse Live Africa | eclipseliveafrica.com
Eclipse Live Africa was created with the intention of providing live, affordable and accessible entertainment to African youth, innovating experiences through creativity and technology.
About Hard Rock Café | www.hardrock.com/cafes/lagos
Enjoy live music, exotic drinks, amazing American cuisine and an unforgettable experience at Hard Rock Cafe Lagos.
About X3M Music| www.x3mmusic.com
X3M Music (founded by Steve Babaeko) is one of the frontline record labels fanning the embers of the quiet revolution sweeping through Africa’s most populous nation.
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