Nzem Berom Music Concert, a Thrilling Experience

The Nzem Berom Music Concert held on Saturday 18th May, 2019 at Langfield Leisure Park Little Rayfield Jos, Plateau State.

The event featured both Local and International Berom Artistes.

The Artistes such as Jah Device, Job Manja, Daps Dalyop, Five Loaves, Gyang Sele, Zabia Carol, Samdung Africa, Fom Dafom, Du Superman and other upcoming Artistes.

Guests were thrilled by Prince Chuwang Rwang Pam, a U.S-based Berom in a special performance.

The event was spirit lifting as Daps Dalyop who doubles as the Chairman of the Music Concert Committee led the guests in a prayer session for Berom Land, Plateau State and Nigeria as a whole.

DJ at the event, an On Air Personality, Rwas Blunt Morgan got those present dancing to great Berom songs.

Secretary of the Concert Committee, Mrs Eunice Danja Nyam supported her husband, Jah Device on stage.

Jah Device has been signed by Stingray Records Label, one of the most popular producer of Reggae Music based in the United Kingdom.

Jah Device is the First African Artist to sign a record deal with Stingray Records.

The event was attended by Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos Member-Elect for Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency, Hon. Fom Dalyop Gwottson Member-Elect Jos PLHA South Constituency, Nzem Berom 2019 Planning Committee, illustrious Berom sons and daughters and the youth.

Hon. Fom Gwottson in his usual manner made donation to support upcoming Artistes with enormous talents who are financially constraint to go fully into music while pledging to more more when he assume office.

There was also display of the Berom culture such as local dishes (Naman Dyara, Shilan Dyara, Tere, Gbirik etc) and outfits by those in attendance.

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Nzem Berom Music Concert, a Thrilling Experience

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