In a remarkable feat that echoes the successes of notable Nigerian artists such as Wizkid, Rema, Davido, and Burna Boy, Asake has accomplished the extraordinary by selling out London’s renowned O2 Arena.
This accolade adds to the multi-talented artist’s already impressive portfolio, which includes multiple awards for his prowess in singing, composition, and performance.
Celebrating a Monumental Achievement
The news of Asake’s achievement was met with exhilaration as the artist and his team shared their joyous celebration following the sold-out announcement.
Joining the ranks of his compatriots, Asake now holds a place within an exclusive circle of Nigerian musicians who have managed to captivate audiences and completely fill the O2 Arena, an impressive venue that accommodates up to 20,000 people.
A Night to Remember: Performance and Tragedy
Mark your calendars for Sunday, August 20, 2023, as the O2 Arena prepares to host Asake’s highly anticipated performance.
The artist’s most recent album, titled “Work Of Art,” has garnered an impressive 100 million streams on Spotify, a testament to his widespread appeal and musical excellence.
However, the night took an unexpected turn as a tragic incident led to the artist ending the performance prematurely.
A Journey of Triumph and Success
Asake’s journey to this milestone began in December 2022, when he launched his concert campaign in London at the O2 Brixton Academy, a venue with a capacity of 5,000.
The artist’s commitment to his fans was solidified on May 5, 2023, when he officially announced his concert at the grand O2 Arena.
The overwhelming excitement of his loyal fan base translated into a sold-out show merely four months after the announcement, a testament to their unwavering anticipation of his arrival.
A Testament to Unwavering Fan Support
The enthusiasm of Asake’s fans was palpable as tickets for the O2 Arena concert were snatched up within hours, leaving no doubt about the artist’s popularity and the eagerness of his supporters to witness his live performance.
The sold-out status of the iconic O2 Arena serves as a firm testament to Asake’s musical prowess and cements his status as an artist who knows how to capture hearts and create memorable experiences.
As the countdown to August 20, 2023, continues, fans and music enthusiasts alike are left with heightened anticipation, eagerly looking forward to a night that promises to be nothing short of an unforgettable musical journey.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn