We Stimulate the growth of African music in New York through aggressive marketing of african artists, special events, promotions and more.
We serve our communities in part by implementing educational and entertaining programs such as our AfroBeat Seminar and our Recording Studio Facilities.
Our partners are a key part of our strategy. Our goal is to augment our target audience and thus allow African artists more exposure in New York.
We educate New Yorkers and visitors about African music, its roots, and history. Also our audience gets to explore cross cultural links in modern music.
We organize concerts, festivals, outdoor events, showcases, and more. Our events adhere to a high standard, a reflection of African Musicianship.
Nurture the growth of African music as it develops and ensure growth is positive and sustainable. We only associate with, and promote ethical content and people.
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Ipupa Nsimba aka Fally Ipupa is a singer, songwriter and respected guitarist who was born and raised in Kingshasa, DRC. Like many young performers of his generation, music was not considered more than a hobby and studies were forced to take priority over the young man’s passion. At a young age the singer started playing invarious small groups on Congolese streets until he was eventually noticed by the acclaimed group Quartier Latin, who scooped him up to play guitar for them. His first solo album sold "Droit Chemin" sold over 100,000 units.