It was a perfect homecoming for singer cum producer Samklef who ended the show as top artiste, thrilling the crowd with his energy and hits.
The Mbieri , Mbaitoli LGA born artiste was on stage with his friend Jafilo who also took advantage of the established producer’s presence to also perform his song which was also produced by Samklef.

Below Samklef on the peck order was legendary rapper Modenine who also did his bit in making the 6th edition of Deejay Saquo’s Star Nite a real ‘Xperience’ just like the organizers have tagged it.
Modenine came on stage performing his hit tracks from the past and the present as well. The crowd went wild when he performed the famous track ‘cry’, flowing on stage like it was just yesterday.
The show kicked off after a coloureful Red Carpet anchored by Zanders FM duo of Jegz B and Princessa (Ekwurekwu 1) where performing artistes alongside other celebrities that stormed the event dazzled.
BMG who was off the list held the stage while the Red Carpet was being concluded with his fused freestyle where he mixed so many tracks to put up a wonderful performance to kick off the all night event.
Previous edition’s anchor, MC X was very much around to introduce his new colleague MC Flamez who did a wonderful job in anchoring the event and the hundreds of people that filled the capacity of Valencia Lounge could testify with ‘the Xperience’ they have gone with.
Kicking off the show was some wonderful display on the wheels by DJ Murda who played for Supaboi, Skinny Blaze, Divincci, and The Grip Boiz.
Supaboi was on stage with Kenny U, performing ‘Oju Uche and another azonto fused freestyle.
Skinny Blaze was blazing alongside Zona with ‘Power failure’ and his cover for Endia’s 48, proving he can be the next thing on the street rap genre.
Divincci performed alongside his good friend E-black, going from the past to the present where he did his famous ‘Lalolo’, ‘Ginger my thing’ and the latest ‘Gbaratunu something’.
The grip boys were the first to dance, followed by the comedy drama by MC Weeping Pastor and his crew which sent the crowd cheering  to the end.
Aba, Abia State based Pattsy Chizzy was the only female artiste for the night, and the first to grace sounds from the wheels of DJ [VJ Jizzy], a guest DJ all the way from Uyo the capital city of Akwa ibom state.
Collenchy, another Aba based artiste was quick to leave the stage after doing his ‘Send down the rain’ and a short freestyle, while flamboyantly dressed Whisper did his ‘Ololufe’ and other tracks to thrill the crowd.
13 year old dancer Little Valley was up next, before Modenine and Samkelff. MC T-Boy was the last alongside fellow comedian Banana Mouth to end the show.
Other artistes at the event were, Dj Chet, Femi Large, LMG, Kozy and his siter Floxy, De Dukes, Freelance, Raydee etc.
While on-air personalities Pluto, Sammy Davis, Solid C, Pixy P were every much around at the event.

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Samklef [on white]

Divincci and E-Black on stage


DJ Murda on the wheels

Uncle JB catching fun


MC Weeping Pastor