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Asa, 2 Baba Join The Online Concert Trend

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Updated March 26, 2020
This image has been altered: Instagram handles of commenters have been blurred.) In this photo illustration, John Legend is seen on a smart phone performing on Instagram Live during the coronavirus outbreak on March 16, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 16: (EDITORS NOTE: This image has been altered: Instagram handles of commenters have been blurred.) In this photo illustration, John Legend is seen on a smart phone performing on Instagram Live during the coronavirus outbreak on March 16, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. The tourism and entertainment industries have been hit hard by restrictions in response to the outbreak of COVID-19 and many celebrities are moving to streaming performances instead of live shows. (Photo illustration by Sarah Morris/Getty Images)

 

 

As the coronavirus pandemic halts all the best laid social plans like hang outs, concerts and touring, many musicians have instead been streaming social media concerts for fans self-isolating.

Since the campaign to curb the spread of the coronavirus, artistes like Chris Martin of Coldplay, John Legend and Jennifer Hudson are among those who have played Instagram live shows for the adoring fans at home, as governments worldwide ban mass gatherings and urge people to stay put.

Nigerian musicians like Asa, who had to cancel her upcoming scheduled concerts, alongside 2Face Idibia have caught the ‘Stay at home together’ tiny concert bug.

Asa’s ‘Stay at Home And Sing With Me’ concert will hold on Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 6 pm on her YouTube channel while 2baba’s e-concert holds on April 12, 2020.



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