#YNaijaOnTheScene: This was probably the best thing that happened at tha Trace Thang ‘glow in the dark’ party (See Photos)

by Ada Igboanugo

The party was supposed to be a beach house party. It was clearly written on the invite: ‘an exclusive beach house party’.

Where did all these people in 6 inch heels and mini dresses come from? The organisers might have as well rented out the halls of Eko Hotel and Suites.

Everything was a mess – most especially parking slots.


Guests arrived at 7pm and quickly resorted to drinking, free barbecue, good music till about the hours of 11pm. It was more of a networking event hence people in current cliques just reunited and it gets boring at most times. Especially when there isn’t a particular theme to the event that would emanate a story line to be followed.

It was a glow in the dark party and that was it – or so we thought until something happened.


The showcase started at 11:30pm when DJ Spinall started playing music to keep the crowd on their feet and merry.

A guy started a sketch, with a pencil he made a drawing of some image. It was so random and unbeknown to anyone at the event. Then people began to notice there was someone getting busy with something. At first it looked like he was trying to kill boredom by doing something- you know, anything but then when the drawing started to take form, a lot of heads began to turn, and one by one people started noticing what was going on.


He didn’t know what was going on himself until he turned back to grab the paint and noticed everyone’s attention had been diverted and focused on him. A twinge of amazement could be noticed on his face and he knew then that he had the crowd for however long it would take him to perform his magic and so he got on to it.


We all watched as he wore his nose mask and picked up a can of paint from the floor and began spraying it on the already sketched art and made the most amazing thing we have ever seen. People started embracing the live art that was going on by taking selfies and pictures when it seemed like he was done.


Then all of a sudden he did something that made the crowd go wild- he added a bit of black shade to the already painted art and the outcome was a face- I have never heard such screams in a while when an artiste isn’t performing, and a good one at that.


As expected, it became a backdrop for selfies and pictures to be taken and the party became interesting from then on.

Name of Artist: Osa.

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