walking into the Blue Cabana, you are compelled to relax, and the main hall was a simple proper chill environment and the first set was a beautiful cascading experience.
Ushered in by Mc Bluetooth,
The show kicked off with "Apologize" a literal apology to all who have been friend-zoned.
Then they moved Love, Kites and a Rock, a mostly abstract but eerily interesting.
The next was Oya, my personal favorite and then Long Shot! It may all have a core of love but...who doesn't love love right? I hope nobody.
.Her set included songs from her album 'Beautiful', "Into the wild" and an exclusive never before heard performance of 'I Love It'.
Bash came next, eloquently spitting words of fire to our souls oh so effortlessly making simple words quicken everyone present.
And then the final act, Jarell Ebuka, such a super star name and the face to go with it made a show as he performed his smile evoking singles 'What a good Boy', 'Close' and the fairly new jam 'Many years ago'.
The show was closed with a full set from the reasons for the evening the Isomers serenading us with another set comprising of 'Power', 'Agbada' and then the much anticipated 'Lunatic in your Town' and finally the last song of the evening, 'Another man's head'.
The crop and calibre of music in the capital city of Abuja is best described as underestimated. Its a wonder that these talents haven't...for lack of a better expression "Blown" however, this is a Watch Out World warning. Music is growing, root up in Abuja.