Nigerian award-winning superstar Flavour is expected in Liberia on March 19, for a one-day concert organized by the Monrovia Liquor Store. Held at the John Gbedze Beach, the concert is for people with deep pockets.
The glamorous event, dubbed “Flavour Live,” is an outdoor event that will last about five hours and is promised to feature some of the best artists in the local music industry. However, the names of other artists have not been revealed.
The March 19 concert is expected to attract more than 1,000 fans who are excited to see the Nigerian superstar for the first time performing songs like “Power to win,” “Baby Oku” and “Ada Ada.”
Flavour, the “Ashawo Remix” crooner, has said during the concert he will perform a special tribute to fallen Liberian music star Quincy B.
According to sources, the tribute will be a contemporary gospel song, which will last about 10 minutes, since the artist’s performing time is less than two hours.
Yes indeed, the show is for people with deep pockets. The general admission fee is set at US$20 and a little bit more for VIP.
This will be Flavour’s, whose real name is Chinedu Okol, first visit to Liberia. The singer, songwriter, dancer and performer started singing at the age of 13; and at the age of 19, he entered into mainstream music as a drummer and pianist for a local Enugu band.
After learning to play drums professionally, he released his self- titled debut album “N’abania” in 2005, which was a success. In 2010, Flavour released his second studio album “Uplifted,” which was supported by the singles “Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix),” “Adamma,” and “Oyi Remix,” making him one of Africa’s most sought out artists.