Lionheart shines at prestigious royal event
July 2018, London UK
Botswana's songstress Lorraine Lionheart dazzled at a prestigious Commonwealth event to officiate the appointment of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex as new Commonwealth Youth Ambassadors.This prestigious event took place at the royal Malborough House. Lorraine sang with a calypso band including dancers and a steel pan player, to welcome the royals and guests. She also performed a special piece for the royal written by herself and and composed by Pablo Barrios from Venezuela. The music was also presented to the royals by the band after the performance, who expressed how grateful they were for the band and complimented them on their hard work and excellent performance.
The band was organised by The Commonwealth resounds and The Royal College of music
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Lorraine Lionheart represents Botswana well
Every two years, Heads of Commonwealth governments meet in one of the Commonwealth countries for important meetings. This year the meetings were held in London UK, and several multinational prestigious music events were held to entertain thousands of diplomats and guests from all around the world. Lorraine performed at 3 high profile events with her group of traditional dancers from Botswana.
Her performance was highly praised by all who witnessed it and the official review of her involvement can be see on the link below
Lorraine Lionheart lit up Lagos with her outlandish performance when she thrilled fans at the ongoing Felabration holding at New Africa Shrine, Ikeja, Lagos.
The act performed songs she personally composed and dedicated to Felabration including Wahala and NEPA. As soon as she took to the stage, the entire venue erupted with fans asking for more.
Speaking after her performance, Lionheart said: “I am so excited coming back for Felabration. My first time was Felabration 2017 and it was an experience that blew me away. Fela for me is an icon and I am brimming with energy for him. I specially composed and dedicated two tracks, Wahala and NEPA to this year’s Felabration, as the king of Afrobeat turns 80.”
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