- Nikita Kering gave a thrilling performance of her chart-topping hit Ex as she graced BBC’s live Afrobeat Concerto
- The award-winning singer has been grabbing global attention with her powerful voice and creative music
- She beat Tanzania’s Zuchu and Nandy to bag the Best Artiste Rnb and Soul, and Best Female Artiste East Africa in Afrima awards
Citizen TV 10-Over-10 show host Willis Raburu has lauded Nikita Kering’s golden performance during BBC 1Xtra’s Afrobeats Concerto.
Nikita Kering BBC performance
Raburu took to her Instagram stories to share a video of Nikita belting out angelic voices as she sang her hit song Ex.
The celebrated journalist said:
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Kering posted the video on her Instagram with the caption:
“A dream come true @sofresh254 thank you for making this track with me. I have so much to learn, can’t wait to see what better looks like!”
See Nikita’s performance below:
Fans reactions below:
“Our very own Whitney Houston is born.”
“Beautiful in every way!”
“Wow! Well, in! Upwards and onwards Hun!”
“Chumba to the world.”
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Kering is not new to continental awards, having previously won two categories at the 2019 AFRIMMA ceremony in Nigeria.
The youngster bagged Best Female in Eastern Africa and Revelation of the African Continent awards.
Famed for the track “Where You Been,” Kering was also announced as the New Artiste of the Year at the Pulse Music Video Awards when she was 16 years old.
The crooner attended the Brookhouse International School where she studied Music and Music Technology.
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