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  • blog October 27, 2016

    One Africa Music Fest, Houston Edition: Photo Essay

    Houston, Texas has one of the largest populations of Nigerians in the United States, which makes it the perfect city for the second show in the One Africa Music Fest concert brand. The first show kicked off in July at the Barclays Center … Read more »

  • blog October 18, 2016

    One Africa Music Fest (Afrobeat and Afropop) Comes to Houston This Saturday

    If you’re in Houston, the Toyota Center is the place to be this Saturday, Oct. 22. Nigerian super-promoter Paul Okoye’s Upfront & Personal presents the Houston edition of the One Africa Music Fest, which rocked Brooklyn in July. We were in attendance at … Read more »

  • blog October 29, 2015

    Selmor Mtukudzi Promotes “Strong Girl Remix”

    Oliver Mtukudzi’s daughter, Selmor Mtukudzi, an acclaimed Afro-jazz singer in her own right (check out her recent song “Nguva Yangu”), has teamed up with the humanitarian organization One Campaign to create a song and a social media campaign (see #WithStrongGirls) to empower women … Read more »

  • blog August 31, 2015

    West Indian Carnival Coming to New York!

    New York’s West Indian Carnival celebration gets underway this week. Like many places around the world (Brazil, New Orleans, Haiti and Trinidad have some particularly memorable traditions of their own) New York’s Carnival is an annual opportunity to transgress the … Read more »

  • blog May 31, 2014

    Guest Bloggers Around the World: Nigeria, Scene and Heard

    Afropop is pleased to unveil a new series of guest posts from bloggers around the world, offering coverage of music scenes by writers who know them best. Our latest installment comes to us from Juwon Ajayi, an expert on the scene … Read more »

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