For the past fortnight, 254 has been abuzz with the biggest ragers going down all in one weekend; Terminal Music Concert and The Fally Ipupa Tokoos Tour.
The Prince of Rhumba, Fally Ipupa, gave an electrifying near four-hour performance at Uhuru Gardens that left revellers asking for more.
Ipupa was on tour promoting his fourth album, Tokoos Nouvel, which was released late last year. opening the night for the Congolese act was Les Wanyika, the band behind mega hits such as Sina Makosa, Safari Ya Samburu, Safari Sio Kifo and Afro.
Les Wanyika is one of the oldest local bands. Gogosimo Band graced the stage next, performing some of their greatest hits: Kibwebwe, Ngoma, Uwe Wangu, Toka Leo and their newest release, Sama Sama.
To the thrill of fans, Ipupa revealed Kenyan-based Congolese musician and Rhumba maestro General Defao as a surprise guest act. He perfomed alongside the Prince of Rhumba causing a wild frenzy throughout the night.
Performing hits Ecole, Eloko Yo, Juste Une Danse, Nidja, Original, service and Posa, Ipupa lit up the stage electrifying the night hit after hit.