YouTube Celebrates Afrobeats with Four Nigerian Artists (Photos)

YouTube Celebrates Afrobeats – On Tuesday, November 26, the popular video community Youtube celebrated Afrobeats with the announcement of four selected Nigerian artists to receive support on their individual music journey.

The event themed ‘A celebration of Afrobeats’ which took place at the Lagos Waterways, LASWA yard, Falomo Jetty, Ikoyi, unveiled Kizz Daniel, Reekado Banks, Simi, and Teniola Apata as its selected artists.

YouTube Celebrates Afrobeats with Four Nigerian Artists

Although Kizz Daniel couldn’t make it to the event, Teni, Simi and Reekado Banks made the fireside chat with Akah Nnani (the host) worth the evening.

EVENTS

YouTube Celebrates Afrobeats With Teni, Simi, Reekado Banks, And Kizz Daniel

BY VIOLET JOHNSON

29 NOVEMBER 2019   |   11:22 AM

These four artists would be provided the needed support and tools to advance their musical career while also growing their YouTube presence to market them globally.

This development, according to Youtube, was in fulfillment of its earlier promise to support the country’s Afrobeats talents during the Google for Nigeria event in July, where it declared support for 10 emerging artists through Mr. Eazi’s emPawa program.

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Overall, it turned out to be an interesting night of networking and music with a lot to eat and drink.

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