Sir Shina Peters clocked 60 on May 30 and celebrated the day with his fans at Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The celebration for the popular Afro Juju musician for turning 60 and his 50 years on stage is expected to continue in London on July 1 for the ‘Shina Mania Live in Concert’ at IndigO O2, London.
Widely known as SSP, he started music at a very young age released his first album ‘Ace’ (Afro-Juju Series 1) in 1989. The album which was released under CBS Records of Nigeria went double platinum and was the career breakthrough that catapulted him back into the limelight.
He served apprenticeship under Chief Ebenezer Obey and later joined General Prince Adekunle’s band where he learned to play the guitar and the piano.
Below are pictures from the Lagos celebration.