Former lawmaker Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon to host Ice Prince’s FOZ concert


 Burna Boy,MI, Olamide, others, join Ice Prince, Wale, Chipmunk at the concert
    I’m a Nigerian artiste exporting Nigerian music – Ice Prince

Ice Prince has announced that former lawmaker and Chief of Staff to the Edo State Governor, Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon, popularly known for his jaw breaking English words, will be hosting the Fire of Zamani, FOZ, Concert which will hold on Saturday, November 23 at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos

Some of Nigerian music’s finest will join Ice Prince, Wale and Chip at the FOZ concert. They include Chocolate City’s VP, MI, Burna Boy, Olamide, Yung El and Loopy Music’s Ruby Gyang, among other artistes featured on the “Fire of Zamani” album.

MI who featured on the track ‘Kpako’ alongside Jesse Jagz has told fans via his Twitter handle that the Fire of Zamani concert would be spectacular. In his words, ‘’watch out for F.O.Z album launch, there will be blood!”

Other performers have also shared their excitement about the forthcoming F.O.Z concert. “Guess who will be performing at the FOZ album launch with @iceprincezamani’”, Olamide tweeted.

Meanwhile, Ice Prince and his Chocolate City label mates were hosted to an exclusive cocktail event on Sunday, November 17 at the BlackHouse Media Lounge, Ikeja-Lagos. While speaking to media executives and senior reporters on why he chose to collaborate with foreign artistes on his highly acclaimed second album, “Fire Of Zamani”, Ice Prince said, “I’m not trying to become an American artiste nor am I trying to blow in America. I’m a Nigerian artiste that’s exporting Nigerian music. With any chance that I get, I will export Nigerian music. So if that chance is getting into the studio with an international artiste, I will take that chance”.
With just a few days left to the launch of “Fire of Zamani”, the heat is building up to the most anticipated concert of 2013.
 Audu Maikori, CEO, Chocolate City Group, “In FOZ, we aimed to detribalise Nigerian music and represent different Nigerian cultures instead. This is also the same direction we are going with the concert, we will be celebrating Nigerian music as a whole and not a particular tribe. We also believe Wale is long overdue to come to Nigeria and we are pleased to bring him.

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