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‘Ku Lo Sa’ Watch moment Usher performs with Oxlade on stage in Accra

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‘Ku Lo Sa’ Watch moment Usher performs with Oxlade on stage in Accra

Award-winning American RnB singer, Raymond Usher, invited Nigerian Afrobeat star, Oxlade, on stage at a concert in Ghana, that is a memorable performance moment that is presently buzzing.

Afrobeat sector is taking over quickly and consistently putting Africa and Nigeria on the world stage.

The legendary American singer, whose stunning dance skills and tunes lit up the 1990s and the early 2000s, was present at the Global Citizen Festival in Ghana on September 24 at the Black Stars Square.


Usher brought Oxlade out on stage to sing his popular song, “Ku lo sa.” While watching the legendary event, the audience went absolutely crazy with joy.

Other performers on the night include Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Gyakie and other top entertainers.

Watch the video below;


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Reacting to their performance, an Ig user identified as @ogechukwukanma_ogwo wrote; Live performance and he’s singing over his songs? Nigerian artistes need to stop this na! Reason Burna’s live performance is the BEST. He doesn’t sing over his songs, his voice sounds the same or even better and he gives you so much extra than the song you have repeatedly listened to. Regardless, I’m happy for Oxlade, wishing him more successes.

deronkedimples wrote; I don’t think there is any of Oxlade’s songs that I don’t know. His music dey always burst my brain. He should just come and do a concert in naija😍😍😍

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