Bantu Sessions Presents Lindsey Abudei

Bantu Sessions Presents Lindsey Abudei

From 6pm, February 27, Bantu Sessions will present And the Bass is Queen by fast-rising artiste Lindsey Abudei at Bantu Studio in Abuja.

Lindsey Abudei is a neo-soul singer currently based in Abuja. She started her professional career about four years ago and has collaborated with  establshed stars like the Abaga brothers, MI and Jesse Jagz.

 In 2013, Abudei released her hugely successful first EP titled ‘Brown’. According to the singer,she decided that it was time to present her own body of work after growing weary of being mostly recognized on the strength of  her collaborations with MI and Jesse. Songs on the EP include The Nineties Song, a piece heavily influenced by  Aliyah’s Back and Forth and other songs from the nineties. Lindsay Abudei’s first album is eagerly anticipated.

Oliver Enwonwu is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Omenka magazine, Director, Omenka Gallery and Chief Executive, Revilo. He holds a first degree in Biochemistry, advanced diploma in Exploration Geophysics (distinction), Post Graduate Diplomas in Applied Geophysics and Visual Art (distinction) and a Masters in Art History, all from the University of Lagos. He is the founder, Executive Director, and trustee of The Ben Enwonwu Foundation. He also sits on the board of several organizations including the National Gallery of Art, Nigeria and the Reproduction Rights Society of Nigeria. Enwonwu is also president of both the Society of Nigerian Artists and the Alliance of Nigerian Art Galleries.


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