Sensational Nigerian singer Ayra Starr has promised fans "unforgettable performances" after cancelling scheduled shows in Berlin, Germany and Copenhagen, Denmark due to visa issues.
Ayra announced on her Instagram story that she had to call off planned performances in Berlin, at the Bergenfest in Norway, and in Copenhagen over the weekend due to issues securing visas to the European countries.
The singer is hoping to resolve the visa issues soon so she can make up for the cancelled shows with some unforgettable concerts for her fans.
"Visa issues have hit hard! Sadly, I had to cancel my performance in Berlin, Bergenfest, and Copenhagen. It's incredibly frustrating, but I promise to bring an unforgettable performance as soon as this issue is resolved. Hang in there, amazing fans!" she said.
Ayra Starr on August 2021, released an album titled, "19 and Dangerous" last year and is quickly building a profile as one of Nigeria's most promising new talents.
The Marvin Records signee, born Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, has swiftly risen to fame in the last two years after releasing songs like "Bloody Samaritan," "Away" and "Fashion Killer."
Her unique blend of Afrobeats with R&B and pop vocals has won her a sizable young female fanbase in Nigeria and abroad.