Check out D’banj wearing what is known as the “Suit of Money” at the DKM Concert in Nigeria on Sunday evening. Designed by Okunoren, Nigeria’s leading clothing brand, the Suit is made of actual One Hundred Dollar bills and cost a whopping $25,000, which is approximately N3.7 million. It was entirely sewn by hand in London but was then taken to Italy for the specialized Milanese buttonholes to be done at the same factory used by Tom Ford. The DKM concert was a success and In case you missed the concert in Lagos. D’banj and American hiphop artiste, 2Chainz performing. DOWNLOAD VIDEO Rapper 2chainz got the shock of his life when a girl with a big bom bom jumped on stage during Birthday song’s performance
But in an daring new act, Bradford-born Illusionist Dynamo today took his impressive skills to even greater heights.
The 30-year-old entertainer took in London’s sights by levitating beside the roof of a 15ft double-decker bus.
Smiling for the cameras, Dynamo, whose real name is Steven Frayne, travelled alongside the two-storey bus with the palm of his hand placed on the roof. Continue reading
Unconfirmed reports surfaced, saying that veteran highlife musician Fatai Rolling Dollar, is dead.
His zest for life and energy, even in old age, was also a marvel to all who beheld him perform.
The 85-year-old highlife music icon who had his career revived at a point when it seemed all hope was lost, is reported to have passed away today June 12, 2013 at Ahmadiyya hospital located in the Igbado-Iyaiye environ of Lagos.
He was admitted into the local hospital weeks ago, although he came out last week to say he’s back on his feet and warming up to perform again.
NET could not immediately confirm reports of his death from family sources. But condolences are already streaming in via social media Twitter, Facebook and several blogs.
A few popular names in the Nigerian showbiz industry are already mourning, with many OAPs, musicians, actors and journalists sending out condolences on different platforms.
Fatai Rolling Dollar, born in the mid-twenties made highlife music very popular in the 60s and 70s. He had his career revived and made a comeback in the late 90s revamping the evergreen classic ‘Won kere si number wa’.
More UPDATE soon….