BBNaija 2020 Day 61: Saturday Party With Joeboy, DJ Lambo (Videos)
The Saturday Night Party in the Big Brother Naija House is going to be hotter than the coals in a barbecue because Joeboy is going to be on the mic and DJ Lambo will be ruling the decks.
Saturday is closer than mosquitoes and blood, and if you are looking to make sure your night is filled with great tunes and so much dancing that your feet go numb, listen up, this message is just for you. Since it’s still not completely safe outside Big Brother Naija has the perfect party for you to enjoy indoors as the Housemates will be joined by singer extraordinaire Joeboy and mistress of the turntables DJ Lambo!
It’s not easy being Nigeria’s foremost female DJ, but like her skills on the decks, DJ Lambo makes it look fun and easy. After being introduced to DJing by her father Dj Tony Lewis, she got her start in the business as a radio personality on the stations Raypower FM, Rhythm FM, and Love FM. She describes her sound as a fusion of house music, techno, Afropop and hip hop.
The song that was her first taste of musical success was the Chocolate City hit “Drank” in which she was featured with Milli and Dice Ailes. Since then her tracks “Bebe” and “Kunta” have racked up more spins than an old top. Her latest offering “Bell” is already doing the things that make our ears want to hear it on repeat, and if you are not watching the Party you’ll miss her in all her glory.
Since being discovered by Mr Eazi in 2017, Joseph Akinwale Akinfenwa, aka Joeboy if you’re not a super fan, has been making more hits than million old hammers. Since then the tracks “Baby” and “Beginning” have catapulted him to an All Africa Music Awards win for Best Pop Artist and earned him numerous City People Music Awards nominations. If you’re looking to enjoy the pinnacle of Afropop music from the hottest name in the game, then seeing Joeboy at the Big Brother Saturday Night Party is a must.
Tune and join the Housemates for a night of terrific tunes, fierce fashion, and most importantly safe fun as the party turns a night at home in front of the screen into a night to remember.
Justin Nwosu is the founder and publisher of Flavision. His core interest is in writing unbiased news about Nigeria in particular and Africa in general. He’s a strong adherent of investigative journalism, with a bent on exposing corruption, abuse of power and societal ills.