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Almond Marketing


02 June 2015 10:15


As afrobeats music continues to invade the UK, singer/songwriter Rotimo has organised an exciting event that is about to take afrobeats music to a new dimension. This fresh and vibrant genre which was born in Nigeria and Ghana has been gaining popularity in the UK since the 1970’s. Afrobeats is now more appealing than ever and Rotimo’s upcoming event will be guaranteed to make the audience forget about their woes and dance the night away.

The talented Rotimo has been organising events to make afrobeats music more accessible. The next event on Saturday 1st July at the O2 Academy Islington is set to be the biggest event yet. Rotimo will be supported by a star studded cast of performers including the former X Factor RnB group Rough Copy and LDNC, who have just completed a UK tour with the biggest Afrobeats star in the UK, Fuse ODG. In addition, Silvastone, one of the most hotly tipped Afrobeats artists in the UK for 2015 according to BBC Radio 1XTRA will also be lending his support along with other stellar performers: Vicky Sola, Martel B, Ajay and Tyroon Da Prince.

The event will be hosted by comedian, TBoy, the social media phenomenon who has almost 200,000 loyal Instagram followers and DJs on the night include; DJ Yung Milli of Bang Radio 103.6 FM and Eplus of Capital XTRA.

The exciting event is likely to sell out quickly so get your tickets from Ticket Web using the link below.

About Rotimo

Rotimo was born in Nigeria and resides in the UK where he has an ever growing fan base. Over the past three years, he has performed at various venues and events in London; these include: The Jazz Café, Dingwalls, The Lovebox Festival, The Yoruba Arts Festival, The Garage Islington, and many more.

Rotimo has taken an entrepreneurial role of creating his own opportunities through organising and headlining music events/concerts in London, these events are titled ‘enCORE’ Rotimo & Friends’. His reason behind the name is that he wants the audience to enjoy them so much that they will want more. His main aim is to attract the public to African music/Afrobeats, through his music and live shows, to raise the profile of this genre and see its commercial appeal reach that of other more popular music.

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Phillipa James is an award winning chartered marketer and entrepreneur. As well as running several companies, she is a spokesperson for disabled entrepreneurs.

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