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One Africa Music Fest 2017 Recap: Here's What You Said On Social Media

Here's what One Africa Music Fest 2017 looked like.

On Saturday, some of the biggest names in African music gathered in London for One Africa Music Fest 2017.


It was a sold out event that saw the likes of Davido, SardokieTiwa Savage, Phyno, and Cassper Nyovest—to name only a few—hit the stage for a lively night of music and entertainment.

Folks in attendance took to social media both during and after the show to share their experience, shout out their favorite artists, and show everyone who wasn't there what they were missing out on.

Check below for a social media recap of One Africa Music Fest 2017.

The general consensus is that Ghanaian rapper, Sardokie, OWNED this year's showcase.

Top-billed act, Jidenna, never actually made it on stage to perform and, of course, not everyone was happy about this. The artist sent out this message to the fans:

Cassper Nyovest gained some new fans.

Looks like One Africa Music Fest 2017 was lit!

@casspernyovest and @jidenna at #oneafricamusicfest 👑👑 #OnoBello #OBCelebrities

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@casspernyovest and @jidenna at #oneafricamusicfest 👑👑 #OnoBello #OBCelebrities

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