Naira Marley, a Nigerian street-music singer, is set to headline a show at the O2 Academy Brixton in London, UK alongside Zlatan Ibile, his colleague in the music industry.
Marley took to his Twitter page to break the news.
The two very good friends are expected to thrill fans and music lovers at the 4,921 capacity venue on December 15, while pre-sale begins on October 16.
The O2 Arena, another famous multi-purpose indoor hall in London, has become a popular choice among both indigenous and foreign artistes who look to stage grandiose concerts — with Wizkid, Drake, Davido being among those who have made use of the highly acclaimed entertainment complex in recent times.
Zlatan has been on the rampage, joining forces with renowned music makers, and putting out his own contents as well.
He had been in the spotlight after a collaborative song with Marley saw him arrested alongside the controversial singer.
Zlatan recently spoke on his brand of music.
“If you still listen to my music and you’re updated, you’ll know that I don’t make songs for the street people alone. Because of my story, background and the type of upbringing I had, people love me on the street. They feel I was less privileged and had fewer opportunities,” he had said.
Although the theme driving his songs have severally been put to question, Naira Marley has increasingly come to be accepted among many youths as the ‘Am I a Yahoo Boy‘ crooner makes his first strides into the Nollywood scene.