Bouqui’s Place Entertainment owned by Nigeria’s gospel recording artist Bouqui will launch a new open mic show. The organization, which is (managed) by female rapper D’Attic, describes the event as, “an evening of fine company, networking, relaxation and appreciation of God.” The event which debuts this Friday, the 29th, is scheduled to be held every last Friday of the month.
The concept is an open mic show where people just express their talent and art in a calm and relaxing atmosphere with the aim of keeping the event a purely Christian music affair. “We discovered there are fewer opportunities for Christian artistes to express themselves and we want to provide platforms such as this”, says Bouqui.
To further emphasize the principles of the show, D’Attic is….with the tagline, CLEAN. CLEAN is an acronym for Creative, Lyrical, Earnest, Altering, Norms. ‘Bouqui says that ‘participating artistes are expected to be Creative, have strong Lyrics, must be Earnest in their expression and be ready to Alter acceptable Norms.
“I am super excited about this”, organizer Bouqui says ‘We planned D’Attic as an opportunity to have freestyle battles, poetry and spoken word all in a relaxed atmosphere. We are positive everyone who attends this event will enjoy it”.
D’Attic which debuts this Friday, the 29th, is scheduled to be held every last Friday of the month at the Planet One, 1 Maryland Street, Ikeja, Lagos.
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