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Will singing sensation, Simi be the next Nigerian star to sell out O2 Arena London?

In recent times, top Nigerian entertainers such as Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy, and Davido have held major concerts at the popular 02 Arena selling out the facility.

In the same vein, multiple award-winning X3M music act, Simisola Ogunleye better known as Simi is finalizing plans to stage her historic concert tagged as ‘Simi Live In London’ at the 02 Arena in London, on Sunday, November 11, 2018.

The question on the lips of music enthusiasts and followers alike, however, is that will the singer be the next Nigerian to sell out the facility.

In the past weeks, the ‘Original Baby’ crooner has been running a countdown for the historic concert on her social media handles with her Instagram age receiving more engagement from her loving followers and music enthusiasts alike.

Simi’s last musical concert, ‘See Me Live’, was a remarkable event as it featured notable music stars such as Adekunle Gold, Falz, Praiz, among others.

The forthcoming event, however, promises to be lots of fun as the singer has continued to assure her fans to be prepared for a night of thrills and sonorous vocal renditions.

Meanwhile, the singer has released the video for her latest effort entitled ‘Lovin’.

The single released on November 2, is a love song with Simi professing her love and emotions for her love interest.

Simi has now released the video of the song shot on location by prolific video director, Aje Filmworks.

The new video has drawn massive reactions from Simi’s followers who have taken to their various social media pages to express their satisfaction on the new song.

Watch the video of the new song below.



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