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Comedian, ventriloquist, entertainer; all ages.

Bariyu is a comedian with a difference, equally comfortable doing straight stand-up, or ventriloquism. He has a unique cast of characters which he refers to as alter-egos, the most beloved of whom is Dog, a badly behaved canine, whose gruff honesty is at odds with his cute cuddly exterior.

 He is able to adapt his performances & his characters to suit his audiences which range from all ages and walks of life.

 In his more serious moments, Bariyu is also a medical doctor.



Artiste. Actor. Sound Engineer.

K. Brule is a Vibe.

He makes his music from the heart and isn’t afraid to say what needs to be said or address his own insecurities.

K. Brule’s music draws from his romantic life, both good and bad, as well as having a politically charged and rebellious angle brought about by the struggle an average Nigerian faces.

Oh, yeah, he also, in his spare time, cured cancer but the government won’t let it come out.

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Naya Rhythm is a multi-lingual, Nigerian recording artist, natural hair expert, and multimedia personality.

Naya has been performing since age 5: singing (R&B, classical, jazz, gospel, musical theater), dancing (trained in modern, tap, jazz, and ballet), acting (on-screen dramas and trained in off-Broadway musical theater), playing the piano and modeling professionally (runway, motion picture, print, commercial).

Naya was born in Lagos, grew up in the USA, and has lived in many cities around the globe such as Lagos, New York, Hong Kong, and Washington, DC.

She has performed live shows around the world, in New York City, Washington, D.C., Lagos, Indianapolis, Chicago, and Hong Kong. Naya recently relocated to Lagos from New York. Her deep love for various cultures shine through her music. Naya’s music is an Afro fusion using English, Igbo, and pidgin, and influenced by African sounds of various cultures across the Motherland.

Her voice has been described as a cross between the voices of American R&B divas Toni Braxton’s and Brandy, Naya’s visual brand has been compared to the likes of British artist FKA Twigs and American artist Janelle Monáe.