KOLA OGUNKOYA ‘GBEDU MASTER’ SPOTTED IN THE CITY OF GOLD, JO’BURG

KOLA OGUNKOYA ‘GBEDU MASTER’ SPOTTED IN THE CITY OF GOLD, JO’BURG

You are never 6ft away from a celebrity in Johannesburg and Joburgers have had their fair share of celeb run-ins. This was not the case with Gbedumaster, Nigerians living in Johannesburg are in still in jubilation at the sight of Gbedu Master in Johannesburg. We do not know exactly what he is doing in South Africa. Is he here on holiday? Is he busy in the studio? We surely know that his siblings ‘Femi Koya’ and ‘Saxokay’ who are successful Afro/Jazz musicians in South Africa are hosting him in the country.

“Gbedumaster’s music impacted all of us with a feeling of euphoria,” said a fan.

Gbedumaster with fans at Randburg CBD in Johannesburg

We will never forget the Afrobeat moments at the 1996 Benson and Hedges golden tunes concert in Lagos. Kola is no doubt a world-class musician who has evolved new sounds and combined elements of pure artistry in his lyrics and arrangement. Kola Omo Baba Olopa combines an eclectic blend of jazz, Afrobeat, highlife, juju, funk, and traditional Yoruba music, using horns, guitars, and keyboards along with traditional Nigerian instruments in his Sayo Music.

According to a reliable source, you can catch up with Gbedumaster at Femi Koya’s live show at the Hard Rock Cafe at Mandela Square on Thursday 28th March at 8 pm.

 

Adebayo Adesanya, Gbedumaster and Saxokay

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