Burna Boy and Black Sherif wow revellers at Afro Nation Miami
It’s no longer news that Nigeria’s Burna Boy and Ghana’s Black Sherif have a thing for blowing the minds of party goers with their stage acts.
And last Saturday, May 27, was definitely a great highlight for the two African music stars at this year’s Afro Nation Miami when they got the crowd to cheer, dance, sing accompanied with deafening applause when they gave an exceptional performance of "Second Sermon" remix.
The throbbing pulse of "Second Sermon" filled the space, sending the audience into a frenzy.
Prior to the duo’s performance, Burna Boy, who was the headline act of the Afro Nation festival Day One performed a variety of songs including Last Last, Roller Coaster, Common Person, Anybody to the delight of the audience.
But that didn’t stop Black Sherif from equally giving a good impression.
Their joint performance did not only create a lasting memory for patrons, but also served as a tribute to the increasing impact of African music on the global arena.
The two-day event also featured performances from Wizkid, Fireboy DML, Asake, Gyakie, Beenie Man, Mavado, BNXN, DJ Prince, Uncle Waffles, Focalistic, Musa Keys, and Dadju among other global music heavyweight acts.
Music fans from all over the world were also present, and they were treated to an explosive display of talent and vigour.