Nigerian Singer CKay Performs Love Nwantiti, Emiliana to Over 40,000 Fans During CHAN Final
- CKay graced the closing ceremony of the 2023 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Algeria
- The Nigerian singer entertained over 40,000 fans seated inside the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Baraki
- He treated the fans to hit trending songs ‘Love Nwantiti’ and ‘Emiliana’ with a sensational performance
Rave-of-the-moment Nigerian artiste CKay thrilled over 40,000 fans with his hit songs at the closing ceremony of the 2023 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Algeria.
The entire Nelson Mandela Stadium in Baraki, Algiers, witnessed an incredible performance from the Nigerian singer.
Hosts Algeria faced off with the Teranga Lions on Saturday in the final of the competition, and it ended 0-0 after regulation time.
It was, however, the West Africans who took home the title having won 5-4 via the penalty shoot-out.
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But before the game, several activities took centre stage, with some of the finest acts from the continent, entertaining the fans.
And CKay lit up the arena when he performed his trending songs ‘Love Nwantiti’ and ‘Emiliana’ as the songs reverberated throughout the entire arena.
Love Nwantiti by Ckay
Trendy Beatz reports that the track Love Nwantinti is another addictive joint from the Talented Chocolate City record artiste.
The platform branded the song as ‘infectious’, which is the second track off Ckay The First EP and was self-produced by Ckay.
Emiliana by CKay
Buzzing Nigerian singer, CKay, has hit another milestone on the Billboard chart with his latest tune, 'Emiliana'.
'Emiliana' is a smash Afro-fusion Tune that came as a follow-up after the singer's “Love Nwantiti” became a global smash hit, Cool FM reports
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Known in real life as Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, the Afrobeats superstar enjoyed the game while growing up, and was mostly featured as a goalkeeper.
However, later in life, he decided to pursue his talent in music, which seems to have been the best decision for the singer.