Asake’s ‘Work Of Art’ Concert Set To Captivate Over 18,000 Fans At Barclays Center

The Nigerian music scene is once again making waves on the international stage as Asake, a rising star in the Afrobeats genre, announces his upcoming US tour. The tour, which kicks off on September 4 in Los Angeles, California, is set to be a monumental event, with Asake performing in some of the largest venues across the country.

Asake’s tour is a testament to his rapidly growing popularity, both in Nigeria and internationally. The singer-songwriter, known for his hit “Mr. Money,” has already made a name for himself on the global stage, with his performances at Afro Nation Miami leaving fans eager for more. The upcoming tour, which includes performances in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, and Washington DC, is set to further cement Asake’s status as a leading figure in the Afrobeats scene.

One of the highlights of the tour is Asake’s performance at the iconic Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on September 8. The concert, titled ‘Work Of Art,’ is expected to draw a crowd of over 18,000 fans, making it one of the biggest concerts for a Nigerian artist in the US in 2023. This is a significant milestone for Asake, who joined the YBNL outfit in 2022 and has been in the spotlight ever since.

The anticipation for Asake’s tour is further heightened by the upcoming release of his second studio album, also titled ‘Work of Art.’ The album, set to be released on June 16, features teaser singles “2:30,” “Amapiano,” and “Yoga,” which have already garnered significant attention. Fans attending the concerts can look forward to experiencing Asake’s new music live.

In addition to his US tour, Asake is also set to perform at the Broccoli City Music Festival in Washington, DC, and at London’s iconic O2 Arena on August 30. These performances, along with his US tour, are a clear indication of Asake’s rising star power and his ability to captivate audiences worldwide.Asake'S 'Work Of Art' Concert Set To Captivate Over 18,000 Fans At Barclays Center, Yours Truly, News, April 18, 2024

In conclusion, Asake’s US tour and the release of his new album mark a significant moment in his career and in the Nigerian music scene as a whole. As Asake continues to make his mark on the international stage, fans can look forward to more exciting music and performances from this talented artist.

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