Meek Mill, an American superstar rapper, has announced that he will be performing at the Afronation in Ghana.
A few hours ago, the rapper announced this via his YouTube channel.
Along with Tiwa Savage, P-Square, Kuami Eugene, Gyakie, and Oxlade, Meek Mill, the first American to appear on the bill, is scheduled to perform on December 29. This will be his first major performance in Africa.
Different artistes on the line up incorporate Davido, Stonebwoy, P-Square, Rema, Dark Sherif, CKay, Gyakie, Camidoh, KiDi, Asake and numerous others.
The historic African debut of 2019 is followed in style by this eagerly anticipated subsequent installment of Afro Nation. The show’s production will be aided by this African festival. Likewise, it will carry business to however many neighborhood merchants as could reasonably be expected, emphatically affecting Ghana’s social and the travel industry economy.
The two-day event will not only feature well-known artists from the global diaspora, but it will also give fans a chance to reconnect with the continent and the cultures that have shaped so many people’s music, arts, and identities.
The festival promises to present an impressive selection of today’s most popular African and diasporic artists. For the festival’s big return, the organization has already confirmed some big names.
In addition, Major League DJz, Uncle Waffles, Kamo Mphela, and Scorpion Kings, who are bringing the hottest sounds of the South African underground to the world, will perform at Afro Nation Ghana.
This season of Afro Nation comes after the Portugal beach festival this summer, which was a huge success, and the first US show in Puerto Rico in March. Afro Country Ghana would invite thousands from the worldwide diaspora venturing out home to party and be along with loved ones during the turn of the new year in West Africa’s most astonishing social center.”