Alternative Afropop singer, Adekunle Gold, celebrated rich African culture in his sold out solo concert at the Indigo O2 in London.
The show tagged: ‘The About 30 concert’ saw the ‘Ire’ crooner perform with his band 79th Element in a brilliant display of African costumes and dances.
The most striking performance featured Adekunle Gold on a throne wearing a brilliant gold apparel, flanked by body guards while his sister gave the ‘oriki’ in Yoruba alongside a brilliant talking drummer.
Adekunle Gold took to his Instagram page @adekunlegold on Sunday, to reminisce on the event which took place on Friday night.
He wrote: “What a night! We actually sold out O2 Indigo!!!! Pinch me please. By all means, dream.”
The show also featured other artists like Tolani, Falana, Juls, Harry Marshal and Bimbi Phillips.
There was a surprise appearance by Simi as she performed ‘No Forget’ with Adekunle Gold on stage.
*image/ Adekunle Gold serenading the crowd at sold out show in London /Source: Instagram /Adekunle Gold
Meanwhile, fans have taken to Twitter to praise the show and particularly, the brilliance of Adekunle Gold’s performance.
@Damilare tweeted: “@Adekunlegold brought royalty with him to O2 London and it was as lit as Gold.”
@Dammydamsk also wrote: “@Adekunlegold is going down as a legend. Mark my words. This is just the beginning. He is destined for greatness, tonight was incredible.”
@Topetops said: “Okayyyy But @adekunleGOLD did BITSSSSS tonight. Omds Band. LitTalking drummer. Littttt His sister. LIT!!!!! #About30Concert was amazing!!!”