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Here’s all that went down at @dusten-truce’s 2Birds1Stone show in pictures

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D-Truce teams up with staff and management at his 9-5 for the first #2Birds1Stone Live experience.

Just a week into releasing his debut album (which is undeniably a strong contender for the most cohesive Album this year by a Nigerian), D-Truce takes his concept of #2Birds1Stone and translates it into a live experience, collaborating with the management and staff at his actual work place; YBR (Yellow Brick Road) an advertising agency in Lagos.

The show took place on the 1st of February 2019 at the YBR office in Ikoyi, Lagos and was supported by partner brands owned by staff of the company, further establishing the concept behind Truce’s album, capturing life from the perspective of the average Nigerian who is often multi-faceted, building a career to earn a living while chasing their dreams regardless… killing two birds with one stone.

Some of the partner brands who contributed to the experience are; Old Testament, Black Jack NG, Visual.ng, Gourd Studios, DJ Dapper, VibeTribe NG, PFG Comms, Ordinary&Art, RadrOnline, amongst others.

Below are moments from the event, captured by Ordinary&Art and ToheebPFG

Songs barely needed a mic as fans offered to assist on tracks from ‘Oga police’ to ‘Champagne’. The air was overall energetic and filled with good vibes drawn from the D-Truce’s performance.

The guys from Ordinary and Art came through for D-Truce‘s 2Birds1Stone concert which held at Yellow Brick Road.

The vibe was perfect for D-Truce’s succinct and enthralling performances of his debut album.

See below pictures from the event

https://youtu.be/Kzw6nwRKBhA
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