It is no longer news that the coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected media outlets. With the present lockdown set up in Lagos, Abuja and some different states in the nation, performers can’t go to shows or even film areas.
Be that as it may, performers are currently discovering comfort in organizing e-shows and Instagram live exhibitions for their fans so as to remain important and keep themselves in the spotlight.
Profound vocalist, Asa, who has delayed her ‘Clear’ show which was at first charged to happen on April 11, in Lagos, held an Instagram live acoustic meeting with her fans as of late. Artistes, for example, MI, Korede Bello, and Adekunle Gold for all intents and purposes went to the meeting.
In a similar vein, video sharing stage, YouTube worked together with Asa, Broda Shaggi and Simi to compose an e-show labeled, ‘Remain at Home and Sing with Me’, which was equipped at sharpening individuals on the most proficient method to check the spread of the coronavirus and furthermore thrill their fans.
‘African Sovereign’ sensation, 2baba, has likewise reported an e-show scheduled for April 12.
Entertainers, Josh2funny and Kenny Blaq, likewise had an online parody meeting on Instagram during the week labeled, ‘Clash of Jokes’, which pulled in 10, 802 watchers.
This is even as another pattern surfaced on Instagram where performers ‘combat’ themselves with the quantity of hit melodies they had. During the week, famous music makers, Sarz and Shizzi, had an online music conflict called ‘Clash of the hits’. The music makers played 82 of their hit tunes, with Sarz playing 42, while Shizzi played 40. Their fans via web-based networking media discussed unendingly on who developed victor between the pair.
At a point during the online music fight, they had more than 22,000 watchers viewing from over the world. A day after, music makers, Masterkraft and Pheelz likewise rehashed a similar accomplishment.
Nigerian DJs are likewise not kept separate from the ascent of e-shows in Nigeria.
During the week, DJ Huge N had a show called the ‘Lockdown Convention’ where he played cool Afropop tunes for his fans who celebrated with him from the solace of their homes.
In spite of the fact that e-shows do not have the crude unmistakable experience live shows offer, they are certainly giving aid not exclusively to artistes who look for stages to grandstand their art in the midst of the COVID-19 emergency, yet additionally for diversion devotees looking for outlets to have a fabulous time.