This party was expected to provide fun, it lived up to that expectation, but it overstepped its boundaries. It exceeded partying, that mere constellation of noise, band and jams. What DJ Val and his cohorts brought to Awka became a legendary commemoration: an intensive festival of good music, laughter and enjoyment.
e enjoyment was marked with love and perhaps it began with Oxlade’s spirited display. The entertaining artiste, in the middle of his performance, ordered Fireboy to the stage as they hugged the crowd into a frantic shouting. That was love, a joyous affection that quickly spread to the audience as the two gifted musicians performed a song titled Sing together.
This happy atmosphere was marked with a dramatic sequence that occurred while Oxlade sang his acclaimed track Sugar. Obviously elated, her face flushed with irrepressible admiration, a lady waltzed unto the stage, throwing her buttocks to Oxlade’s groin, rocking the young musician to stupor.
For a night repeatedly confirmed to have achieved more than it set out to, one of the characteristics that made it do so was consistency. This quality ensured that even as a motivated performer takes his leave, an equally excited one takes over, keeping the audience on their toes, giving them excess enjoyment.