All Africa Music Awards: AFRIMA 2019 Nominations Full List
The 6th edition of All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) will be hosted in Lagos, Nigeria, and it is expected to run from 20th to 23th November, 2019. The event is organised by the African Union.
The submission portal for songs and videos was closed on 25th May for all Africa groups and individuals that are fully into music.
AFRIMA is aimed at promoting and modifying the culture and heritage of the Africans through music.
The prestigious event will be broadcasted in over 80 countries and aired on 109 TV stations around the world.
The Awards will host more than 44 African countries and will feature series of summits, conferences, exhibitions by partners, music festival model, concerts by African artists, diplomats/VIP sections, awards and much more.
Before the main day of the event, all the groups from various part of Africa that showed interest will be screened; the best will be chosen to represent each of the 5 African regions.
All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA) is an annual awards event which was initiated by the International Committee, AFRIMA in partnership with the African union to encourage, honour and celebrate musical talents, works and celebrities around the African continent while promoting the vast African culture and heritage.
The event is consciously organised to celebrate African musical heritage as well as foster professional capacity and network within the continent’s music and creative industries.
Nigeria emerged as winner to run three hosting from 2014 to 2016. They anchored Three editions of the event, starting from 2014 – 2016.
The event has 54 country directors and 5 regional directors who help in recognizing upcoming artists as well as well-known talents that are worth rewarding.
The events also give room for unrecorded artists, providing an avenue for them to showcase their talent to the world.
With the involvement of over 700 artists across the continent, AFRIMA remains the biggest and most prestigious music awards show in Africa.
The big event will be transmitted live to millions of African music lovers across the globe through a network of over 80 broadcast.
The music event will be broadcasted live on DStv channel 196 to subscribers and on GOtv Max and GOtv Plus channel 29. DStv users can also stream the events live using the DStv Now app on their mobile devices.
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