Fashion is a very important part of the entertainment industry and it cannot be ignored. An entertainer’s outfit can lead to the advancement or the decline in their career and they take great care with the fashion statements they make. Nigerian entertainers have been discovered to be quite fashionable.
Talented singer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, recently had a ground breaking concert at O2 Brixton Academy in London.
The Afro-beat singer belted out several of his songs to the crowd at the concert and they could not get enough of it.
Despite entertaining the audience with his songs, he also impressed his fans and onlookers with his fashion statements on and off the stage.
The dread-haired singer is known to be a bit of a non-conformist, and he displayed a some of that with his outfits during the show.
NAIJ.com has gathered a few photos of the impressive attires he wore at the concert.
Burna stunned on stage with this maroon coloured outfit. He was dressed in a maroon jacket and pants that was decorated with white trimmings along both sides. He paired the look with a black beanie cap and brown shoes. The Ye crooner also accesorised the look with jewelries including several rings and a wristwatch.
Some fashionistas have been known to utter the statement ‘when in doubt, wear black’, and that was what Burna Boy did in another of his outfit at the event. However, the powerful entertainer did not seem any bit doubtful as he wore a black suit jacket with pants that was decorated with taping that reads ‘fragile’.
The suit jacket was left unbuttoned and he looked very capable and confident contrary to what the taping suggested. No doubt he killed the look.
Finally, in another look, the singer dressed up in a black mesh top with zebra-print black and yellow pants. He also paired the look with jewelry-accented sneakers as well as a silver necklace. Burna is no doubt in a league of his own in the fashion scene.
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NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Burna Boy’s sold out concert at the O2 arena was an iconic one and it caused a frenzy on social media.
The concert proved itself a success as not only did it sell out, his performance was magnificent in every sense of the word. Going through the Nigerian social media, it is all everyone is talking about.
While some are of the opinion that he is an underrated legend and probably the best to ever come out of Nigeria, some still maintain that he is overrated and doesn’t hold a candle when compared to the likes of Davido and Wizkid.
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