This Week’s edition Of The Globacom-subsidized African Voices On CNN international Is Showcasing pick tune Makers who are Making Waves In African.
those To Be Celebrated consist of Deltino Guerreiro Of Mozambique, “a Dreamer ready To Do big things along with his special Voice;” Uganda’s Keko, seen As “a rising Artiste Whose path To achievement Has Come From finding Her Voice On
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This Week’s Edition Of The Globacom-sponsored African Voices On CNN International Is Showcasing Select Music Makers Who Are Making Waves In African.
Those To Be Celebrated Include Deltino Guerreiro Of Mozambique, “a Dreamer Ready To Do Big Things With His Distinctive Voice;” Uganda’s Keko, Seen As “a Rising Artiste Whose Path To Success Has Come From Finding Her Voice On Controversial Topics” And Ghana’s Frank Kissi, Described As “one Drummer Who Has Taken His Love Of Drumming To Greater Heights By Creating A Unique Beat That Has Caught The Attention Of An International Audience.”
The Guests Share Outstanding Stories Of Success In The Face Of Challenges. Keko’s Story Is Particularly Inspiring. Her Rise To Fame Began In 2010 With The Release Of ‘Fallen Heroes’ In Which She Featured Other Established Ugandan Artistes.
CNN African Voices Had, Last Week, Featured Africa’s “Strong Women” Such As South Africa’s First African Female Pilot, Asnath Mahapa, Uganda’s Media Personality, Flavia Tumusiime, And Ghana’s Social Media Curator, Nicole Amarteifio.