Masego in Toronto at HISTORY with Opener Ogi
Written and Captured By | David Lam
Micah Davis, famously known as Masego, is a Jamaican-American musician and singer based in Kingston, Jamaica, known for his talents playing multiple instruments. On the evening of March 29, 2023, Toronto Canada was fortunate enough to witness Masego perform live at History.
Touring for his You Never Miss Me Tour, Masego took the crowds hearts and blew their minds. But let’s not get too ahead of ourselves, as the opener was equally amazing, and goes by the name of Ogi. Ogi is a Nigerian-American rhythm and blues singer, most famous for covering the song “Alright”, by PJ Morton. Aside from that, she performed her one and only amazing album called Monologues, where she delivered a sensational masterpiece, singing multi-million viewed songs such as “I Got it”, “Envy”, “Bitter” and “Let me Go”.
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Her performance alone was so fitting and perfectly prepared the audience for Masego. Especially with her comedic relief after each song, the crowd was more attentive than ever as she stepped off stage.
As the crew prepares for Masego’s entrance, the stage went dark, and the fog machines turned on. Delivering such a powerful entrance, Masego walked on the stage playing the saxophone and debuting the concert with “Navajo”, am artistic tune that has over one hundred thousand hits on spotify. He expectedly played all his songs on his new album called Masego, which include his top hits “Black Anime”, “You play with my heart”, “Who Cares Anyways”, and “Bye Bye My Love”.
See more photos of Masego HERE
However, not like many performers, he played a lot of his old songs from when he just started, even if they weren’t big hits. Some of those songs included “Wifeable (with Sax) feat. Xavier Omar” and “I Do Everything (More For Cruisin’)”. Coming on to the last and most famous song, “Tadow”, Masego gave the crowd energy they didn’t know they had. Playing such a powerful and world-reknown melody with his saxophone, gave the audience a night they will remember.