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South African star Ami Faku delivers rousing performance at Drip Fest [Photos]

The 2023 edition of Drip Fest went down at the Waterfront Mall in Karen

Ami Faku performing at the Drip Fest 2023 Photo Radio Jambo Facebook

Fans of South African singer Ami Faku were on Sunday, January 5 treated to a great time during the second edition of Drip Fest held at the Waterfront Grounds at The Waterfront Mall.

Faku did not disappoint as she delivered a historic performance to music lovers drawn from different parts of the capital.

The festival started with a series of electrifying performances from a lineup of talented disc jockeys such as Dj Suraj, Dj Sultan and Big Nyagz.

The crowd was already in a party mood as the music filled the air, and the energy level was high as the DJs delivered their performances.

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Ami, who has been making waves in the South African music scene, took the stage to perform some of her most popular songs. Her powerful voice, coupled with her charismatic stage presence, had the crowd going wild.

The attendees were treated to a mesmerising performance as Ami sang hit after hit. The crowd sang along and danced to the beat, creating a festive atmosphere that was infectious.

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Attendees did not disappoint either as they were all dressed up to match the theme of the event with most of them rocking African attires.

The event was organised by Radio Africa Group's events wing Radio Africa Events with the aim of bringing Kenyans together to celebrate culture, spirit and diverse backgrounds.

Those that attended besides enjoying a spectacular performance treated themselves fun activities such as games and moments at the 360 video recording booths.

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The festival was well-organized, with a good security presence to ensure that everyone had a safe and enjoyable experience.

Below is a video capturing how the event went down:

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