Award winning singer, Rema has made his first American TV debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Rema joins prestigious list of Nigerian Artists, Including Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Tiwa S#vage, to make debut on the globally acclaimed show.
Rema took to the stage during the show to perform two of his chart-topping tracks, “Calm Down” and “Holiday”. His breathtaking performance has garnered him an outpouring of praise on various social media platforms.
Sasha Royal wrote: These Afrobeats artists killing it. Straight culture shift! I love it!
Nicholas Garrick wrote: So proud of how far Rema as come as a artist it about time he get the recognition ,and attention he deserves
Precious wrote: Keep making us proud.
Montana Nerd wrote: Love it when the performer has a big break, and you can tell that they are loving AND killing it every second on stage. That’s singing your heart out
Singer Asake makes America TV debut on The Tonight Show (Video)
Popular Nigerian singer, Asake has made his first American TV debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
During the show, Asake performed one of his hit songs, ‘Organize’. His spectacular performance has left many praising him on social media.
Wizkid performs “Money & Love” on The Tonight Show
It will be recalled that The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon had Wizkid as the musical guest in 2022. The singer from Nigeria sang “Money & Love,” a track from his most recent album More Love, Less Ego.
Wizkid released his fifth studio album, More Love, Less Ego. The single “Bad to Me” was on the follow-up to his 2020 full-length Made in Lagos. He revealed a North American tour in support of the album for 2023 in September.
The song, which appeared on the singer’s most recent studio album, “More Love, Less Ego,” which was published on October 28, 2022, was performed admirably by him.
In the song “Money & Love,” Wizkid boasts of having a wallet full of cash and a heart full of love, as well as sexual prowess that can quickly ease women’s woes.
Following his sold-out performance at New York’s Madison Square Garden, where he left over 20,000 event goers pleading for more of his iconic displays, Wizkid made an appearance on the show.