Asake proceeded to experience enormous economic success after dominating the mainstream with his unmatched run in 2022, which culminated in historic international shows.

Asake Dazzles During Landmark 'Work Of Art' Event In New York

Asake gave a sold-out performance at the 19,000-seat Barclays Centre New York on September 8, 2023.

Asake performed to sold-out crowds in New York just a few weeks after his historic performance at the O2 Arena, where he joined Davido, Wizkid, and Burna Boy as musicians to have headlined the 20,000-capacity venue.

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Asake played hit songs from his albums Mr. Money With The Vibez and Work Of Art, which he received the Album of the Year and Next Rated Artist awards for at the recent 16th Headies Awards.

With the band’s help, Asake stunned the audience during the concert with a Fuji fusion while including the iconic drums from Adewale Ayuba’s “Ijo Fuji.”

2023 Rapper ODUMODUBLVCK, a rising star in Nigerian music, entertained the crowd with his top tracks “Picanto” and “Declan Rice.”

Asake was impressed by his distinctive design, which mixes avant-garde style and cosmic fashion to create an ensemble that resembles something from a science fiction film, in addition to the exhilarating emotion he provided fans when performing one of his big tracks.

Observers are still in awe of Asake’s international success, especially given that he primarily speaks Yoruba. After his improbable ascension to mainstream prominence, his international achievement is a manifestation of his super status.

On the first anniversary of Asake’s debut album “Mr. Money With The Vibes,” TurnTable Charts published a documentary on his 2022 campaign. The documentary featured interviews with media figures, music industry professionals, and colleagues who provided insights into Asake’s 2022 run, widely regarded as the best one-year run in Nigerian music.

Asake has made his mark in the Nigerian music industry 20 months after becoming a household name with “Omo Ope,” and he continues to soar to new heights that he is fast becoming the stuff of Afrobeats fairytales.