Felabration 2018: Pasuma, Reekado Banks, Omawumi makes day 4 memorable

Posted on Oct 20 2018 - 5:34pm by admin

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For the fourth day of the 2018 edition of Felabration, Pasuma, Reekado Banks and Omawumi made the music festival a memorable event with their performances.

The annual event held in memory of the late Abami Eda, Fela Anikulapo Kuti hosted by his dynasty started on Monday, October 15 at its traditional home of the Afrikan Shrine.

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On Thursday, October 18, the New Afrikan Shrine played host to top artists headlining the music festival as well as upcoming music acts.

Thrilling fans for Thursday was Pasuma, who dished out a full dose of his Fuji music to excited fans.

play Reekado Banks (Instagram/New Afrikan Shrine)


Mavins artist, Reekado Banks was also on fire with so much energy as he thrilled fans with his hit songs.

play Omawumi (Instagram/New Afrikan Shrine)


In the same vein, Omawumi came to Felabration 2018 stage with so much energy to thrill fans but didn’t leave without advising youths against vote buying.

ALSO READ: Timaya blows fans away with melodious tunes at Felabration 2018

The night also had the Positive Force opening performances with Femi Kuti leading the band and his son, Made showing what he’s made of.

Also, Blackmagic brought his magic to the Felabration and impressed the crowd who sang along to his tunes.

As usual, the night witnessed a large turnout of fans, both regular visitors, foreigners and first timers on the first day of the festival.

Over the years, Felabration has been widely celebrated by fans both within and outside the country and has attracted a wide pool of superstars from all over the world like Femi Kuti, Hugh Masakela, Wizkid, Lucky Dube, Awilo Longomba, Baba Maal, Les Nubians, King Sunny Ade, Burna Boy, Lagbaja, Asa and 2baba, to name a few.

This years edition which is themed ‘Overtaking Overtake‘ coincides with the 80th post-humous celebration of the life of Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

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