For a good 11 weeks, the #BBNaija house and stage have been set alight by the best of Africa’s musical acts and for the crowning of the ultimate ‘brother’, super heavy weights Davido, Tekno, Mr Real, Dice Ailes and dance queen Kaffy will be the governors of entertainment.
These powerful acts will be executing melodic decrees in ways only they know how to on different stages throughout the Liveshow.
Having chosen to overlook his Western influences, Davido’s very impressive musical accolades have had him gain a type of momentum that saw him artistically mingling with creatives years his senior, and creating internationally relative sounds.
Similarly, after a couple of flaming features, Mr Real managed to cook up a sound that even the #bbnaija Housemates can’t get enough of. His current hit ‘Legbegbe’ has made waves all over Africa and he too will be lighting up the #BBNaija stage.
Rookie of the year nominee and creator of hit song ‘Miracle’, Mr Ailes has created a name for himself. Signed to one of Africa’s critically acclaimed labels ‘Chocolate City’, he too promises to help us bring the curtain down with a bang.
Joining the superstars on the BBNaija stage will be none other than Guinness Book of records listed choreographer, Kaffy. A legend in her own right, she managed to introduce dance in a visually unique level. It is only fitting that she too graces the stage as Africa gets to see the ultimate #bbnaija housemate crowned.
Tekno is yet another musical sensation to blossom out of Nigerian soil that will be performing at the #bbnaija grand finale. Having been exposed to music at the tender age of 8 and sounds from the different parts of the country he’s lived in, he too blazed for himself very unique trails in the music industry and will also bring hia uniqueness to the #BBNaija finale.
In light of the backstabbing, romance with lifespans shorter than that of a matchstick, explosive quarrels and unexpected Bring Backs, there is no better way to celebrate 85 days of endurance than with the sounds of internationally recognised and celebrated royals of the African beat.