Apple embarks on a new music venture Africa To The World
A definitive collection of original and exclusive content from Africa’s biggest superstars including Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, Nasty C, Tiwa Savage, and AKA, as well as some of the continent’s hottest emerging talents like Tems, Elaine, Fireboy DML, Sha Sha, Joeboy, and Omah Lay, is made available exclusively to Apple Music subscribers.
Apple Music has been working to draw attention to Africa’s music talents, specifically those from artists, songwriters, producers, and DJs from around the continent.
In addition to music, Africa to the World extends beyond art and includes South African illustrator and graffiti artist Karabo Poppy, the genius behind its stunning artwork.
Every episode of Africa Now Radio features exclusive interviews with big-name musicians such as Davido, Tiwa Savage, Nasty C, Mr Eazi, Cassper Nyovest, Fireboy DML, Yemi Alade, and Olamide, is a part of Africa to the World.
The set includes exclusive interviews with Burna Boy, Wizkid, Tems, Tiwa Savage, Black Coffee, DJ Spinall, Simi, Amaarae, and AKA, who speak to Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Ebro Darden, Nadeska, Dotty, Cuppy, and Zane Lowe.
The album “Song Stories” presents an in-depth look at the inspirations and creative processes that led to the chart-topping hits of artists such as Omah Lay, Burna Boy, Joeboy, Davido, Elaine, Adekunle Gold, and Sha Sha.
Don Jazzy, Denola Grey, Angelique Kidjo, Karabo Poppy, Amadou & Mariam, Israel Adesanya, Henry Oyekuru, Boity, Nandi Madida, Sho Madjozi, Master KG, Diamond Platnumz, and Sauti Sol are also amongst the exclusive playlists that include artists and personalities from across Africa such as Don Jazzy, Denola Grey, Angelique Kidjo, Karabo Poppy, Amadou & Mariam, Israel Adesanya, Henry Oyekuru, Boity, Nandi Madida, Sho Madjozi, Master KG, and Diamond Platnumz.
DJ Maphorisa’s One Mixes, exclusive Boiler Room mixes (DBN Gogo, Major League Djz, Da Capo, and Kid Fonque), track by track artist interviews (Burna Boy, Elaine, Mi Casa, AKA, and Sun-El Musician), original documentaries (Nasty C, Joeboy, DJ Maphorisa, Mr Eazi, and Ebro in South Africa), and exclusive UP NEXT videos (Rema, Burna Boy, and Mr Eazi).
Check out the music collection on this page: http://www.apple.co/AfricaToTheWorld.