Afro Beats Superstar, Burna Boy To Headline Tobago Festival in October.
The Tobago Music and Arts Culture Festival (TOMAC) has revealed that ‘Last Last’ singer, Burna Boy, will headline its festival on October 27th in Tobago. TOMAC launched its festival cottage in Plymouth earlier this evening.
Today’s launch of the festival was highly anticipated amid news that surfaced earlier today that a popular Afro Beats artist would be introduced as the headline act. The festival, according to organisers, will honour and recognise Lord Nelson who is a son of Plymouth, Tobago.
The TOMAC festival’s lineup was revealed via a screen presentation by the event’s organisers, Nylon Pool Productions. The signature event will feature Lyrikal, Kes The Band, Nailah Blackman and Burna Boy.
Calling the Nigerian singer a kindred spirit, the event host said, “Tobago has done it again. We have been honoured and privileged to secure the arrangement and contract with the management team of Burna Boy to have him here for our festival, which starts on October 24th, culminating with the major concert event on the 27th, into the morning of the 28th with some of our best artistes; and of course this year’s festival will honour and recognise the iconic, Professor Lord Robert Nelson, soon to be Dr. Lord Robert Nelson.”
Grammy award winning Burna Boy has been sitting pretty atop the charts internationally. The 31-year-old Nigerian artist rose to stardom in 2012 after releasing “Like to Party”, the lead single from his debut studio album, L.I.F.E. Burna, whose real name is Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, is a singer, song writer and producer. According to reports his international performance fee is $500,000USD.
Ebuzz News1 month ago
Trini Artiste ‘Nathanael’ Gets The Nod From ‘Lamboginny’ in International Open Verse Challenge.
Be The Change2 months ago
Unstoppable. Nikki G, A Caribbean Voice Talent Internationally Has A Major Message.
Caribbean Buzz4 weeks ago
Rebellious Buju to Redemption Crowd: “When Are We Gonna Show Them Who We Are?”
Ebuzz News2 months ago
Zesser Tempa’s Got The Kids In Her Hands. Bucco Council in Tobago Says It Takes Full Responsibility.