2baba, Tiwa Savage and More Delight Fans With Comedy Show I Go Dye

The “I Go Dye Standing: More Than A Legend” show held in Benin City, Edo State was described as a night of grand entrances, outstanding musical performances and comedy hilarious in an atmosphere of conviviality and camaraderie.

Despite the heavy downpour that nearly ruined the event, people from all walks of life graced the occasion and packed Crown Height, the venue for the show.

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The main man of the evening, I Go Dye, strode through the room like an English knight in shining armor with 50 royal brass announcing his magnificent entrance with trumpets and drums while a long line of female ushers lined its path with an assortment of flowers. . The show started with him and others picked it up from there.

The musical highlights of the evening were two Nigerian musical powers in the person of 2Baba and Tiwa Savage.

The duo took turns on stage to deliver electrifying performances, taking the crowd on a musical journey as moving as it was exhilarating.

The room quickly became a raucous spectacle as the enchanted audience sang every song from the duo’s repertoire.

With 27 years of stage experience, I Go Dye were at the top of their game and ignited the night with rib-blasting jokes that had everyone laughing.

Moreso, Okey Bakassi, Maleke and others who took to the stage raised the tempo to a delightful crescendo.

I Go Save, who orchestrated the evening’s proceedings as host, was an accomplished conductor who weaved the night of comedy and music into a symphony of harmony that underscored the success of the show .

“I Go Dye Standing: More than a Legend” is a special occasion and so rightly labeled as it marks Francis Agoda aka I Go Dye’s 27th year on stage.

Javier E. Swan