NIGERIAN artiste Ice Prince thrilled the audience with the Oleku song that left the audience craving for more at Lusaka's LIV Nightclub last Friday.
The show, initiated by the Nigerian High Commission, also featured performances by OC, CQ, Kay Figo, Magg 44, Pompi and Macky 2.
Despite the tight security, fans made it difficult for Ice Prince to reach the stage, and had already started singing Oleku and Superstar, the two songs proving to be the most popular among the Zambian fans on the night.
Ice Prince who only performed for less than an hour at LIV, held another show at the Government Complex on Saturday, featuring various local artistes including upcoming rapper Cleo Ice Queen who had the crowd screaming 'Nicki Minaj in Zambia' as she left the stage.
The night was full of Nigerian rhythms and no sooner had Ice Prince appeared on stage than the audience moved from the back seats to the stage.
The singer could not hide his gratitude, saying, "I didn't know that Zambians love me as much as you are showing me now. You people are great, thank you for your support, and I love you more," blowing kisses at the audience.
In an interview after the show, Nigerian High Commissioner to Zambia Sifau Momoh, who was guest of honour, said she was humbled by the support of the Zambian people, and described the concert as a success.
"The show was amazing and the turnout simply shows the kind of cordial relationship that exists between Zambia and Nigeria. This is the beginning to build the future for Africa as youths are the leaders of tomorrow. From the show we are all able to tell that the two countries are willing to work together to take Zambian music on the world map like Nigeria has. It is very evident," said High Commissioner Momoh.