Mazifeanyi, USA LLC in conjunction with Ronke EKO Entertainment and EKO African Cuisine, presents Exhibit A. Exhibit A brings creatives, artists, and brands CEO’s to the same space to facilitate product awareness and drive collaborations. It features a live unplugged performance and an artist showcase each month.
Click the link below to register to perform or exhibit your talent, products, or services.
USA based Nigerian Afro-beat Artist T-ME Singsong releases his first body of work titled Take II. According to T-ME, this is a second opportunity for him to fulfill his dreams through music and he is going to make the most of it.
The much anticipated Take II features an impressive list of collaborations that includes Vector, Junior boy, Afrorolls, Mr. Duke, and Rilo. The album is surely going to leave you astonished.
It’s the 2nd of December and 2019 is winding down but one thing I can say categorically say is that 2019 has been the best year for Afro-beat ever and African music is on an upward spiral. Asides from Burna Boy, Naira Marley, and Zlatan Ibile who arguably dominated the scene, something really different happened in 2019.
In 2019, Nigerian A-List artists genuinely throw their weight behind promising talents and the result was amazing like never seen before. There has never been a time like this where three relatively new artists Introduced by different A-List artists had so much impact on the Industry. They had much more Impact than almost every A-list artist. Today, we would like to find out who among Joeboy, Fireboy, and Rema made your 2019 playlist worth it the most.
Rema Introduced by Don Jazzy Mavins
Joeboy Introduced by Mr. Eazi Empawa Africa
Fireboy Introduced by Olamide YBNL
Body of work
Rema – Freestyle EP (2019) Joeboy – Love and Light (2019) Fireboy DML – Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps (2019)
All three artists released an impressive body of work in 2019 and also enjoyed a high level of success throughout the year.
Many award organizers and pundits alike have their opinion on who they think made the most impact on the Industy but We want to hear the streets to decide here which of these artists impacted your playlist more.
There were a lot of dignitaries and guests at Club Kalakutah when 2Baba and Alex Ekubo visited Indianapolis. All the highlights were captured by Bree danielz and Seymour ; two of Naptowns most prolific photographers. Check out amazing photos from the event below.