Not less than seven music maestros entered Port Hacourt of Saturday as Globacom’s Mega Music Nationwide Tour landed in the city for the second time in six months. This time around the show held at the posh Hub Event Centre, in Trans Amadi.
The show, packaged and funded by Grandmasters of Data and telecoms company, Globacom, featured Katch, Di’ja, Omawumi, Kiss Daniel, Yemi Alade, Phyno and Tuface Idibia. Meanwhile top female disc jockey, DJ Nana, was a sensation on the console as she spun one heavy hit after another, producing the dancehall effect all through the evening of fun.
Nollywood citizens, Uche Jombo, Juliet Ibrahim, Mama Gee, Kanayo O. Kanayo KOK and RMD were also at the show to add colour and interact with guests.
Uche Ikachukwu, a.k.a. Katch split the night open with an energetic performance that pulsated through the hall into the atmosphere and ripped apart the usual serenity of the Trans Amadi layout.
He was followed by the Marvin Records wonder, Hadiza Blell, a.k.a Di'Ja. Dí’Ja’s was simply extra terrestrial and left the audience spellbound laying the ground for Glo brand ambassador, Omawumi, who sent an already excited audience gyrating, jumping and twerking to a segue of hits from the Amazon of Nigerian beats.
She even rewarded one of her fans track with a pair of her expensive shoes for dancing to her Bonsue track. The crowd cheered away.
Kiss Daniel, Yemi Alade, Phyno and Tuface took quick turns on stage and finished the job. By the time these stage gods and goddesses were through with what they know how to do best, the audience could not believe such a show was taking place in their doormot . They yearned for more.
One of those who attended the show, , Mary Agoha, said, "this is the best of all the shows I have attended and to imagine that I got all the fun without paying a dime feels so great. I thank Glo for making my day".
Nkemere Divine, urged other corporate organisations to emulate Globacom and reach out to their customers. “I have attended all the four shows organised by Globacom in Port Harcourt and I am happy that a Nigerian company is doing this" she enthused.
The 27th edition of the show takes place in Ikorodu, Lagos, this Saturday, and interested Glo subscribers willing to attend the show are expected to have used up to N2,000 recharge cards for either voice and/or data and send SMS "MUSIC IKORODU" to a short code 207.