Budweiser Smooth Kings Remix Show returns for its second season

The very successful Budweiser Smooth Kings Remix Show returns for its second season, bringing excitement to music fans and lovers of Budweiser alike.

The Season 2 of the show will include 20 Nigerian musicians, including Mayorkun, the Holy Father crooner, and BNXN (previously known as Buju), among 18 other hot music acts.

Former BBNaija housemate, Vee, and MTV Base OAP, Ehiz are the hosts of the Budweiser Smooth Kings Remix Season 2 Show, which premiered on YouTube with the first episode starring BNXN AKA Buju and Lojay with a remix of Iyanya’s classic “Kukere.”

The music show is a high-end entertainment presentation aimed at fans of world-class music. The show comprises a number of well-known musicians who collaborate to perform unique renditions of Naija music hits by Kings of the art.

For the next ten weeks, these artists will release a remix track every week.

Budweiser Smooth Kings Remix
Budweiser Smooth Kings Remix show poster.

 

Marketing Director, International Breweries Plc, Tolulope Adedeji while speaking about the show stated how much the brand understands its consumers love music and the idea of the show is to cater to that.

“Budweiser knows how much its consumers love their music, and the idea is to cater to this need for premium entertainment by bringing together some of their favorite artists to perform classic Nigerian music hits. The first season of the Budweiser Smooth Kings remix Show was a huge success with acts such as Niniola and Chike, this season’s anchor, Vee and YCee, as well as Teni and Johnny Drille teaming up to render their versions of some renowned Nigerian songs and we knew we just had to be back again for a second year running.”

Millions of music lovers and Budweiser consumers are anticipated to tune in to the second season of Budweiser Smooth King Remix.

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