The sold out concert, styled in the form of a religious crusade featured performances from top Nigerian acts including M.I. Abaga, Falz, Bella Shmurda, Mayorkun, Laycon, Broda Shaggi, Josh2Funny, Buju, Ckay, Psycho YP and a few others.
Following the show’s overwhelming success, Blaq took to his social media pages to express his excitement.
LOOK AT ME!!!
I PACKED OUT MURI OKUNOLA,” he wrote before professing his desire to sell out the 02 arena next.
He also shared a video on his Instagram stories of Fat Joe saying his now popular tagline: “Price went up. Yesterday’s price is not today’s price.”
He went on to share the tagline on Twitter, letting the world know he’s leveled up.
Blaqbonez’s price went up in 2021 following the release of his chart-topping debut album “Sex Over Love.” Released in April, the 14-track project explored themes around infidelity.
“I’m just talking about my life and what I’ve seen personally, so there’s no generalisation,” he tells Apple Music. “It’s an intriguing concept, but I’m speaking my undiluted truth.”
Up next, Blaqbonez will be releasing his first single of 2022 this Friday (February 18).