Currently Africa’s biggest artist, Dbanj is set to perform live this August Bank Holiday, the MTV award winner will perform on stage after success in the UK top ten.
Yes indeed, hard continues to pay. Man Entertainment is very pleased to announce DBANJ LIVE on Monday 27th of August 2012 - HMV Apollo London. Dbanj is joined by Davido and the HKN gang. Davido the self confessed Omo Baba Olowo can no longer be referred to as up and coming. He has fully blown even without having dropped an album yet. With hits such as Back When, Dami
Duro and th elatest video drop - Ekuro, Davido is proving that 2012 is a fantastic year. The young MTN ambassador is due to drop his first album in July 2012.
D’banj is currently in the UK still promoting his Oliver E, The Oliver EP ended up at #9 on the ITunes Top Singles downloaded charts its first week! He has been working very hard, with so much in the pipeline. This summer has big things poppin. Dbanj will be starring in Kanye West’s new movie - Cruel Summer, so watch this space for our very own Kokomaster.
Least we forget, Kanye dropped by last year, at the Koko concert LIVE in HMV Apollo; will it be more of the same? Will the other Good music acts be supporting their label mate? (John
Legend, Big Sean, Kid Cudi to name a few.....Whatever the case, it’ll be a show not to be missed.
Watch Dbanj, Davido, andSina Rambo, and B-Red confirm the date Bank Holiday Monday 27th August 2012 - hmv Apollo.
The hmv Apollo opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace and became the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962. Designed in the Art Deco style its life began as a cinema but whilst named the Odeon it became a famous destination for live music. Grade II* listed since the 1990s it became an adaptable space in 2006 in order to accommodate larger, standing crowds. The 1932 fully restored Compton organ, used in its cinema days, is still found at the venue which has also become a favourite place for Live (and televised) Comedy events. With a mixed standing seated capacity of over 3500 and 5000 for all standing it remains one of London’s legendary venues.
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HMV Hammersmith Apollo45 Queen Caroline Street
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