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WurlD’s Feel Good Live Sessions Performance is One For The Books

WurlD is just too much!

ATL-based Nigerian singer WurlD gave what could be one of the best performances of this season of JR's Feel Good Live Sessions. And there have been really great performances experienced by audiences since the season kicked off a few months ago.


For the singer, soul oozes through the pores, and the chemistry he has with the band will make you shed a thug tear of joy.

WurlD, who was in Joburg for the first time, performed songs of his such as "Feel Right," "Trouble," "Show You Off," and of course his latest single "Contagious." He even managed to throw a freestyle in the mix. The musician's genuine optimism about life and music is refreshing and it shows in this performance.

Watch the whole episode below:

WURLD: FEEL GOOD LIVE SESSIONS EPISODE 8 www.youtube.com

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