Asake Makes History by Selling Out London’s O2 Arena with a Helicopter Entrance

Asake Makes History by Selling Out London's O2 Arena with a Helicopter Entrance
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London, United Kingdom – In a groundbreaking achievement, Ahmed Oloade, known by his stage name Asake, captivated audiences at the iconic O2 Arena on Sunday night, becoming the first Nigerian newcomer to achieve a sold-out show at the prestigious venue.

Asake Makes History by Selling Out London's O2 Arena with a Helicopter Entrance

The electric atmosphere was palpable as Asake emerged on stage, making a jaw-dropping entrance in a helicopter, which garnered thunderous applause and cheers from his dedicated fanbase. The “Mr Money” crooner went on to deliver an unforgettable performance, treating the 20,000-strong crowd to a medley of hits from both his debut album, ‘Mr Money With The Vibe,’ and his sophomore release, ‘Work Of Art.’

The night was further elevated by special appearances, including his YBNL label mate Fireboy DML, Lil Kesh, and a lineup of other esteemed artists. Asake’s ability to draw such an impressive roster of artists to the stage speaks to his growing influence and popularity within the music industry.

With this landmark accomplishment, Asake joins the ranks of Nigerian music luminaries such as Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy, all of whom have previously sold out the O2 Arena. This milestone solidifies his place as an emerging force in the global music scene, carving out a name for himself on an international stage.

Notably, Asake’s success is part of a larger trend, as fellow Nigerian sensation Rema is also poised to headline a highly anticipated concert at the O2 Arena later this year, underlining the continued dominance of Nigerian artists on the global stage.

Watch Asake grand entrance at the O2 Arena below:

Asake’s historic performance at the O2 Arena marks a triumphant moment not only for the artist himself but also for the vibrant Nigerian music industry, which continues to produce talents that captivate audiences across the world. The impact of his sold-out show is sure to resonate for years to come.

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