Chris Brown To Perform In Mombasa

Last week RnB star Trey Songz jetted in the country to record for the fourth season of Coke Studio Africa sending the female population into a crushing and thirsting mode over the star known for his sexy music videos, seriously good looks and shirtless photos.

Now another RnB heartthrob, bigger than Songz is set to make the female population go gaga again in a few days’ time. Singer-Songwriter and dancer Chris Brown will be jetting in the country soon. This will be his first visit to Kenya, he has been to South Africa which marked his first trip to Africa.

Brown is scheduled to perform at an event dubbed Mombasa Rocks Music Festival at the Nyali Golf club hotel next month. The Loyal singer will be performing alongside Nigeria’s Wizkid on the 8th of October.

The organizers of the event, Mombasa Rocks, said the concert is aimed at attracting top artistes in the music industry even though they have not yet revealed the line-up of artistes expected to curtain raise for the two who will once again be sharing the stage.

The two first performed together in Brown’s “One of a Hell tour” in Amsterdam in June this year and collaborated on a song in 2014 called “African bad girl” which has not yet been released.

Tickets are going for sale at 10,000 shillings for regular while VIP and VVIP are going for Sh 20,000 and Sh 50,000 respectively at JamboPay.

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