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Nigerian singer Asake sells out O2 Academy tickets in two minutes sets record



Priority list tickets for Nigerian music raver Ahmed Ololade, better known by his stage name Asake, have already been sold out for his upcoming performance at London’s O2 Arena.

When ticket sales started, the singer of “Peace Be Unto You” broke the previous record by selling out the event in just two minutes.

Asake is now on his “Mr. Money with The Vibe USA Tour,” which has him giving performances in various American cities.

The YBNL musician recently revealed that he will perform for fans in Birmingham and Manchester on December 3 and 10, respectively, during a visit in the United Kingdom.

The talented singer is also expected to grace the 4,000-plus capacity 02 Academy Brixton Arena in London on the 11th of December 2022.

Asake’s O2 Academy prioritytickets were out for sale at 10 am on Friday, October 30th, and less than two minutes later, they were all sold out.

It also caused its ticketing platform ‘Cokobar’ to crash. This was made known by the company via its official Twitter account.

Meanwhile, the ‘Terminator’ hit maker previously sold out his “Mr Money In The Vibe” concert in Chicago, and he confirmed it in a post on social media.

Asake had taken to his page on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, to confirm that the Chicago leg of his “Mr. Money In The Vibe” tour is completely sold out.

You we recalls that the singer Asake in a few months ago has revealed that why he is not surprised by his success in the music industry

In this stage of his career, Nigerian singer Asake is flourishing. Asake has been on a rapid ascent to stardom after making a major splash with his hit song “Sungba” and its popular version, “Sungba Remix.”

He has been gathering followers all across the nation and the globe, and his brand-new album, Mr. Money With The Vibe, which was released this week, is already a hot issue in the music industry.

A sake is carving a very powerful, individual route and career for himself that is uncommon for many artists, soar high. But the singer doesn’t seem surprised by any of this.

During a new interview with Rolling Stones, Asake explained why all of the successes he’s enjoying right now don’t come as a surprise to him and also opens up about his album, his music, and a little bit about his life. Here is what Asake said.

Speaking in a Zoom interview with Rolling Stones, Asake said:

There is something you need to know about me: Everything is like a dream to me, something I’ve imagined before, so I am not amazed by anything that comes or any level that I am. I just give thanks.

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I grew up in a neighborhood that is considered dangerous, a neighborhood where everyone wakes up to hustle for their daily meals. It taught me how to survive in good times and bad times.

So I draw inspiration from my real life experiences to encourage everyone who thinks their present reality is constant; I want them to always remember that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

I take my practice very seriously. I believe there is a higher power that controls everything happening, so am I a religious or spiritual person? It’s a thin line between these two.

Lagos shapes everything I do. It teaches you how to survive, strive for success, and be the best at what you do.


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