Talented Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavins Records, Johnny Drille has informed his Sierra Leonean fans that his scheduled live show in Freetown on May 5th has been canceled.

The “How are you my Friend” hit-maker announced the cancellation through his social media handle, expressing his disappointment in not being able to see his fans in Sierra Leone.

He explained that the promoters were not clear about the plans for the show, which led to its cancellation.

However, he assured his fans that he would be with them soon under better conditions and arrangements to provide the best show they deserve.

In the meantime, he cautioned them not to be misled by any ongoing promotions.

The Benin-born artiste came to the limelight after being signed under Mavin Records coupled with releasing his official debut song, Wait For Me, in 2015. The single was a hit and made Johnny Drille the favorite of lovers of Alternative music in Nigeria.

A contestant at the sixth edition of Project Fame West Africa, Johnny Drille released his debut album on the 3rd Of September 2021.

Gifted with great vocals, Johnny Drille decided early on in life that he wanted to pursue a music career. He became fascinated with the guitar and taught himself how to play the instrument. While he was still at the university, he would compose songs and record them with the help of his friend, who was a sound producer.

Shortly after, he teamed up with his female colleague, Niniola, to record the song, Start All Over. This was in 2016. In 2017, he dropped the chart-topping song, Romeo and Juliet, which helped Johnny Drille‘s fame spread to other countries. The single, which is a love song, won him many fans and became the favorite song of lovebirds in the country.

Johnny Drille collaborated with Simi to record the single, Hallelujah, which experienced similar success to Romeo and Juliet. The song was released in 2018.

After several months of hard work, Johnny Drille released his debut album, Before We Fall Asleep, on the 3rd Of September 2021.