More Exclusive Images (&Video Footage) of Darey in London

African superstar Darey Art Alade continues to take the UK by storm. As you already know, he is currently in London promoting his first international single release “The Way You Are” which is out on iTunes on 19th June. His jam-packed media schedule (organised by UK/Nigerian celebrity publicity firm VA-PR) included press shoots, radio and TV interviews and climaxed with a special appearance at the star studded Keep A Child Alive Black Ball – an annual event hosted by Grammy Award winning artist Alicia Keys.
Darey looked ultra suave on the red carpet in a fashion forward James Hilman suit, Nico Didonna top and Ted Baker shoes and of course his signature shades! He enjoyed the fabulous evening alongside celebrities including Alicia Keys – who looked stunning in a floor length Givenchy couture gown, Tinie Tempah, Lemar, Swizz Beats, Boy George, Mark Ronson, Beth Ditto and Shingi Shoniwa.

Here’s some exclusive footage of Darey arriving at the red carpet and and more exclusive images of Darey on the red carpet.



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3 Responses to More Exclusive Images (&Video Footage) of Darey in London

  1. mikecool emeka Ubani says:

    that picture of Tinie Tempah and Darey can just tell u that they were two best two Nigerians (if i am correct if Darey) that attendedn that show, that smashed it.
    p.s i wont that picture of bother of them

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  3. Dazzle says:

    I am so so excited that Nigerians are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Kudos to Darey for always representing and big-up to FAB.

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