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Last weekend was filled with merriment for Nigerian A-list celebrities and socialites at the MTV Africa Music Award 2014 nominees party which held on Saturday, Saturday, May 10, 2014 at the popular club, D’Place in Lekki, Lagos.
The event, which was put together by MTV Base and was supported by Absolut Vodka to celebrate Nigeria’s enviable reputation in music within Africa and beyond had guests come out in their numbers to support the MAMA 2014 nominees.
Guests mingled with top celebrities as they were treated to exotic cocktails from Absolut. The party later started with an enthusiastic selection of hit music from DJ Spinall, which got guests screaming with delight.
Superstar artistes and nominees who were present at the event, took over the mic as they thrilled guests to some of the biggest songs making waves in Africa.
Close friends, Phyno and Olamide brought the roof down as they performed their hit collabo,Ghostmode as well as Phyno’s monster track, Alobam. Phyno and Dr Sid later drove guests wild with excitement as they performed the remix of Surulere.
Notable faces at the MAMA nominees party include Senior VP, Viacom Africa, Alex Okosi, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Tiwa Savage and husband, Tee Billz, Dr Sid, Kaffy, Burna Boy, IllBliss, Olu Maintain, Olisa Adibua, BOJ and Toolz.
Other guests include Eva, Sasha, Orezi, Ehiz, Mo’Eazy, Lamboghini, Maria Okanrende, Koch, Osi Suave among many others.
To herald this year’s MAMAs, the pan African club tour, Road To MAMAs will hold later this month, May 30, 2014 at the Federal Palace Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos.
MAMA 2014 will hold on the 7th of June at the Durban International Conference Centre in South Africa.
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