PHOTOS: This is one of the best shows that I have ever attended
The second Edition of the “Infinix beat ya Campo” went on as planned, with Nadia Mukami, Bensoul, Esther Kemunto among other artists entertaining the Kenyatta University Students at the Bishop Square near the amphitheatre.
Infinix beat ya Campo is an event whereby students from different campuses engage in showcasing their singing and Musical abilities, while competing with the winners being crowned at the close of the event.
At the Kenyatta University, the event kicked off at 3 and went down to midnight with artists giving their all as students begged for more.
Nadia Mukami wowed her fans as she sang her hits, Radio Love, Yule Yule, Ikamate, Lola, Kesi, African Love, Si Rahisi amongst others as the students joined her in chorus to sing the songs.
On the other hand, Bensoul swept the red carpet clean as he sang Lucy, each time he tried to sing another song, cries for the Lucy song sprang from the Bishops square audience that made him sing the song more than thrice.
He also sang other songs like Ntalalanawe, Extravangaza, Telenovela amongst others. Esther Kemunto, an upcoming artist then picked from where they’d left and entertained the fans who bade for more songs.
Infinix Company offered Boom play earphones to fans who answered questions regarding to the music’s played and other goodies.
Mukami thanked the fans for the welcome that she got and the support from the fans.
She said “It’s a great honor to be welcomed in this style, the fans were enthusiastic and sang choruses with us, and it is one of the best shows that I have ever attended as an artist.”