Houston rapper Tobe Nwigwe to stream global concert, The Pandemic Experience

Alief indigenous Tobe Nwigwe is bringing fans into The Pandemic Knowledge. He mentioned it will be his very first and only show of 2020.

The worldwide broadcast will characteristic a live functionality from Tobe Nwigwe, Ivory Rogers, recognised as “Fat,” and producer LaNell Grant.

The concert will be streamed from the White Oak Tunes Hall in Houston on Sept. 27 at 5 p.m.

“Since we simply cannot go to anybody… we’re broadcasting globally to Everyone!!!” Nwigwe wrote on Instagram.

Previously this summer months, Nwigwe dropped the new 6-song job, “The Pandemic Job.” The tracks, “Try Jesus” and “Make It Dwelling,” have potent messages about the complexities of getting Black, Christian and American.

In “I Need to have YOU TO (BREONNA TAYLOR),” Nwigwe calls for Kentucky officials “arrests the killers of Breonna Taylor.” In it, the rapper reflected the sentiment of the nationwide motion trying to find justice for the 26-yr-aged EMT who was killed by plainclothed officers in March.

“All of y’all who assume we have to have a lot more evidence is goofy,” Nwigwe raps in the song.

He also demanded justice for Elijah Mcclain, a 23-yr-aged Black person who died in police custody in Aurora, Colorado in 2019.

Nwigwe is a very first-era Nigerian American who grew up in southwest Houston. He mentioned his goal in everyday living: “to make reason well known.”

Tickets are on sale for $twenty. Order tickets here.

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