Nigerian singer, Adedamola Adefolahan, aka Fireboy DML, Fireboy DML, landed in Kenya on Friday 8th April for a much-awaited concert in the city at the Ngong Racecourse, Waterfront Park on Saturday 9th April. 

The event will feature Kenya’s top artistes including Nviiri the storyteller, Bensoul, and top DJs namely DJ Grauchi, DJ Shinski, Moh Spice, DJ Kym and K The DJ.

In a press conference today, Fireboy DML described his sound as “Afro-Life” and said he writes songs that audiences can relate to. His sound has been characterized as “slow-groove pop” and is said to tell stories centered around love.

Has stated that he was tipsy the night he created his hit song, Peru. Fireboy made this known during Today’s press Conference interview. He  said, “Peru was written and recorded in San Francisco, California.

“It was my first time in the United States and I was supposed to go and see my associates at the empire and just vibe; pay a courtesy visit to Shizzi who produced the song in his studio.

“At the studio that night, I was tipsy and I just got in the booth. He played the beat. I was like, ‘Um, that’s a vibe.’ And in 30 minutes to 45 minutes, I was literally just singing my story. But I advocate for responsible drinking. Said FireBoy.

Guinness Marketing Manager, Wanjiru Murage, had this to say, “We are excited to host Fireboy in Kenya for the first time and give an electric performance to our loyal consumers who are looking forward to meeting him. 

“The artist is also part of the ongoing Guinness campaign dubbed “Black Shines Brightest” a Pan African campaign celebrating the iconic black liquid enjoyed all over the continent for over a century.

Fire boy also stated that he loves listening to Nviiri, Bensoul and the whole Sol generation and promised that something was cooking with Sauti Sol!

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