By Ivan Mwine
Nigerian star Adedamola Adefolahan aka Fireboy DML staged a massive concert on Saturday at the Lugogo Cricket Oval, during which partiers enjoyed themselves to the fullest.
Thanks to his extensive catalogue of hit songs like ‘Peru’, the Guinness Black Shines Brightest pan African influencer did not disappoint.
He staged a showstopping performance that gave Kampala revellers the definition of a party after a long time without massive concerts at the oval.
In between the musical performances, several DJs including Spinny, Slick Stuart & Roja, Fem DJ and Masaka’s own DJ Suuna Ben kept the crowds on their feet by mixing jams.
Starting the day with rapper Fik Famica and Zex Bilangilangi, revellers had no idea of what awaited them in store.
As the night progressed, they were given a dose of hip-hop from Navio and a taste of Sheebah Karungi the queen herself whose riveting performance left the crowd of revellers on their feet.
However, Sheebah and Cryto Panda sent the crowd into a frenzy as they performed their ‘Kyolina Omanya’ songs after she made him sniff and surf her Yoyo on stage.
No sooner had they left the stage than Fireboy appeared on the podium in all his glory.
He kicked off his performance with the people’s old-time favorites like ‘Vibration’, ‘Champion’, ‘Energy’, ‘Jealous’, ‘High on life’, among others.
However, it was his famous ‘Peru’, a song he remixed in collaboration with Ed Sheeran that got revellers wild and going crazy over Fireboy.
“Uganda thank you for welcoming me,” he shouted in between his performances, an act that increased the excitement as they partied with Fireboy all night long.
Having set out to deliver a memorable experience, Guinness Brand Manager Prudence Mutembei had nothing but appreciation for the event’s turnout.
“I cannot tell you how proud we are as UBL and particularly Guinness for how this has culminated. For us the big one is that we gave our consumers quite an experience and a sneak-peak into what to expect at the Guinness Bright Houses that we are soon rolling out,” said Mutembei.