Fuse ODG and Flavor Performance At FOMO Party

The second edition of The F.O.M.O party went down this past weekend at the Ngong Racecourse waterfront Park.  FOMO organizers, Slang for (Fear of missing out) sought to bring an Afro beats experience that would keep revelers rocking and looking forward to the next gig.

The set up was sleek from the get go. The elevated stage was a sight to behold with LED lighting swirling round and three humongous masks as the backdrop giving the Afro-feel theme a fresh look. There was a themed smoking zone(VIP sort of), drink up area (with special FOMO Dollars as tokens) and photo booths to have people tell the world where fun was at. There were two Dj setups, one for the loud booming concert sound and a different one where you plugged in you “silent party headphones”.



The performances began with Dj sets to get people hyped up for the party. G-money, Dj Joe Mfalme, Kafii, Syd, Kace, U.V were some of the DJs on the bill and all had to impress the crowd with bangers. They all did a handy job i can say.

The lovely Dela hit the stage minutes after midnight and she put up an interesting show. She did renditions to some major hits like Don’t come back off the crown love riddim, Million voices, Rihanna’s Hit record Work and Afro house remixes. That sets her apart when it comes to stage presence from other upcoming local acts.

We had no idea why the main acts performances were delayed. Flavour N’Abania hit the stage at 1:30 stepping up with the hit single “Finally” which features Mastercraft. He was backed by his band and their skill got the crowd grooving. He went through his catalogue with ease and finesses for hits such as Ada Ada, Ololufe, Sexy Rosey and much more. His hit record Nwa baby (Ashawo) was very interactive with the crowd. He called up some ladies to shake their cakes and have a personal dance with him shirtless. You could tell the ladies were having much fun on that segment.



At Around 3:15 the second act and the main star of the night Fuse ODG hit the stage backed by his Dj. The Ghanaian star came out jumping to the hit record Million Pound Girl and had the crowd join in and sang word for word. Fuse came across as a seasoned performer from how he bodied the stage. “Good vibes shall live forever” was his catch phrase as he switched songs. Hits like dangerous love, Antenna, Down on Me, Tingo and light it up were some of the jams that had the crowd moving.


He did host a mini dancing competition on stage with his backup dancers and select fellas from the crowd. This brewed some excitement and fans really appreciated  it to the last drop. The very last scene had Fuse and one of the dancers showing the crowd the Shoki dance and everyone loved it. As he signed out he proved that #FOMO was alive and you just need to experience it not dream about it.

Photo Credits  Privée Westlands



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