NIGERIAN superstar, D’banj rocked Kampala as Ciroc launched its Ciroc Pineapple brand
By Edward Nimusiima
NIGERIAN superstar, D’banj rocked Kampala as Ciroc launched its Ciroc Pineapple brand.
It was all glitz and glamour at Club Guvnor with a sizable number of people coming through to attend the concert.
Among them were Kampala’s socialites, celebrities and folks with heavier wallets who could afford forking out sh200,000 for the ticket.
Doors were opened at about 7pm, but it took 4 hours for people to show up. By midnight, the place had filled up.
D’banj, rocking dark shades, black shirt, black jeans and glittering chains swaying from his neck, stepped on stage at about 12:30am escorted by Uganda’s dancing duo of Rozmerie and Viccy.
He performed with his signature energy; churning out most of his popular tracks that ranged from his popular 2012 banger Oliver Twist to one of his latest songs Feeling The Nigga.
People danced along. And those that knew the lyrics off head, they lip synched along as well; singing through every song he pelted.
One of the audience’s favorite was Fall In Love that got people dancing and wiggling their waists. Even the less popular Alaye made people dance.
He would pause, mid-performance, and try to engage the audience in his raspy Luganda he perhaps learnt during his short stay in the country.
He even said that his nickname was Omulangira. Ladies love him. It was evident on the night.
They literally pulled their eyes out in hysterical fervor, piling themselves closer to the stage and taking selfies with him when they got the chance.
He put up a stellar performance throughout the night.
D’banj thrills fans at Ciroc party