KSI | KSI performs with Craig David and Anne-Marie at the Wembley show

KSI was joined by special guests Anne-Marie, Nathan Dawe and Craig David as they performed at the OVO Arena Wembley on Friday evening (25.02.22).

The YouTuber-turned-rapper wowed the sold-out crowd as he navigated his hits such as “Patience,” “Don’t Play” and “Lighter” with help from his star collaborators.

Craig, 40, was making his first live appearance since COVID forced him to pull out of the BRITs War Child gig earlier in February and after performing their single ‘Really Love’, the garage icon paid tribute at KSI.

He said, “Look at the love for you bro. I’m so proud of you bro. Give it up for KSI.”

But before Craig could leave the stage, KSI had a request for him.

He asked his friend, “Craig can you do one thing for me? Can you do ‘7 Days’?”

Craig replied, “that would be a pleasure”, before launching into his 2020 hit, prompting a mass chant.

Guests continued to hang out with Randolph rapping on ‘Beerus’ and ‘Red Alert’, Swarmz adding his bars to ‘Houdini’, S1mba on ‘Loose’ and Deno joining KSI for ‘Gang Gang’.

On what was a celebratory evening for the rap star, KSI took a moment to pay tribute to his late friend, SBTV founder Jamal Edwards, who died last weekend at the age of 31.

Dedicating their hit record ‘Holiday’ to Jamal – the son of ‘Loose Women’ singer and panelist Brenda Edwards – KSI said: “Now, ladies and gentlemen, self-confidence is something I’ve been working on. hard to get and it is something that some people will never get in their whole life. Sometimes you need someone to believe in you. Jamal Edwards was a man who believed in me and believed in so many people in our industry.

“My song ‘Holiday’ when I was about to release it. So many people said, “You’re not ready bro, you need features, you’re not ready to do it by yourself, you need features, you’re a YouTuber.” I said, ‘Fuck you, I’m going to take it out anyway.’ You all made it my greatest song of all time.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I’m going to dedicate this song to Jamal Edwards. I will miss you my brother.”

Overnight, KSI had his fans sing “f*** Jake Paul”, throwing shade at his YouTube rival, the brother of his former boxing opponent Logan Paul and now business partner of his new drink brand Prime. .

KSI – real name JJ Olatunji – closed his show with an encore that included a rendition of “Lamborghini” – with a yellow version of the sports car on stage – and five performances of “Down Like That” with rapper SX .

KSI at the OVO Arena Wembley setlist:

The moment

No time


To lose


Beerus (with Randolph)

Red Alert (with Randolph)

Don’t Play (with Anne-Marie)

Really Love – (with Craig David)

7 Days – performed by Craig David

Houdini (with Swarmz)

Loose (with S1mba)

Gang Gang (with Deno)

Wake-up call

Lighter (with Nathan Dawe)

Holiday (dedicated to Jamal Edwards)


Lamborghini (with P Money)

Down Like That (with SX)


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