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Jamaican stars Chris Martin, D Major and Future Fambo light up Nairobi in a fun filled Concert [Photos]

Not even rain could stop them!

Jamaican stars Chris Martin, D Major and Future Fambo light up Nairobi in a fun filled Concert

Jamaican Stars Chris Martin, D Major and Future Fambo treated Nairobians to a fun filled concert on Saturday.

The three headlined the Big Deal Concert held at the Impala Grounds in Nairobi with Chris Martin who was the main act for the night treating fans to a one and a half hours performance. The crowd in attendance had indeed been waiting for the man of the day, as most of them sang along to the weekend love maker’s favorite songs.

The songs included; Mi Friend Dem, Pirates of The Caribbean, It is love, Let Her Go, Glow, Steppin, Take My Love and Baby I love you among others.

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Towards the end of his performance, Chris Martin brought on stage Nigerian singer Ketchup as a surprise act and he entertained revelers with his hit song Pam Pam.

D Major who was part of the main act entertained revelers with some of his best hits, as he gave a 40 minutes performance at the Big Deal Concert.

He treated the party goers to songs like; Live it up, Deal is done, That’s what love is about, Real knows real and Girl of my dreams among other songs.

Also putting a memorable performance was Future Fambo who served revelers to tunes like; Boom special, how we’re living and tonight we’re raving, as he pulled 25 minute performance.

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The event emceed by Tallia Oyando and MC Philipo also saw Kenyan acts like Sol Generations Bensoul, KRG the Don, J Fam, Masauti and Elani pulling up memorable performances, despite the heavy downpour that was experienced.

Hypeman Guddah Man entertained the party goes at Impala Club in a hype set, as a host of other DJs also had a chance to make the night worthwhile for revelers.

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