American rap maestro and Hip-Hop artiste Meek Mill, has announced his presence in Ghana ahead of his anticipated performance at the Afro Nation.
The rapper made this declaration by means of his YouTube channel, some hours ago.
Philadelphian-based rapper, Meek Mill, who is the first American act listed to perform on the bill, hence denoting his first significant appearance in Africa, is charged to show up on stage on 29th December, along with Tiwa Savage, P-Square, Kuami Eugene, Gyakie, Oxlade, among other artistes.
Apart from the iconic rapper’s bid for performance, other artistes included to perform on the list consist of musicians such as Davido, Stonebwoy, P-Square, Rema, Black Sherif, CKay, Gyakie, Camidoh, KiDi, Asake and other numerous acts.
This profoundly expected edition of Afro Nation, comes after the 2019 African version, successfully delivered in grand style. This African music fest is geared towards supporting indigenous entertainment powerhouses to partake in organizing the event.
Additionally, the annual music fest initiative will aid in opening business doors for many local vendors as could be allowed, decidedly enhancing Ghana’s spectrum in terms of culture and tourism.
The highly anticipated show, which is set to last for over two days, won’t merely play host to admired musicians from the worldwide diaspora, but will also give various fans the opportunity to have significant knowledge about the continent, as well as the traditional settings that have molded the foundation of music, arts, and origin of so many all over the world.
The event is guaranteed to churn out great performances from the most present musicians within Africa, and the diaspora. The organizers behind the show have beforehand, confirmed a couple of huge names set for the event’s mega success.
To top this off, Afro Nation Ghana will welcome all the main Amapiano artistes, Major League DJz, Uncle Waffles, Kamo Mphela, and Scorpion Kings who are ushering in the most classic sounds from South African entertainment scope, to the world.
This year’s edition of Afro Nation comes after the immensely successful Portugal beach festival this summer, in addition to the first US show in Puerto Rico during the Spring.
Afro Nation Ghana openly welcomes dozens of fans from the global diaspora, making their journey back home to chill, and to reestablish a bond of attraction with loved ones during the turn of the new year, in West Africa’s most thrilling point of cultural substance.