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Everyday Afrique Brooklyn | Artist Spotlight: AKA

Everyday Afrique Brooklyn | Artist Spotlight: AKA

This July 4th, Everyday People + okayafrica + Electrafrique are teaming up for another edition of the EVERYDAY AFRIQUE rooftop party at Output in Brooklyn!

If you attended this event previously then you know all about this amazingly fun dance party, featuring all the newest African sounds, wickedest Caribbean vibes and the freshest tunes from the diaspora as a whole. Expect Naija, Dancehall, Soca, Kwaito, Kuduro, Favela Funk and more. 

On the decks from 3pm onward are Everyday People's resident DJs MOMA & Rich Knight, Electrafrique’s own DJs Underdog & NYC-based DJ/producer Kashaka

Additionally, Everyday Afrique will be hosting a special live performance by one of South Africa's most prolific rap artists, AKA
 

Advance $15 tix available for guaranteed entry. Tickets also sold at the door for $20 (Ladies $10 before 5pm)


About AKA:
AKA is reaching for new levels in 2016. Levels, of course, refers to the South African rapper’s gold-certified sophomore album. In the two years since its release, AKA, 27, blew up in his home country and has become well known across the continent, especially in Nigeria, where he’s collaborated with a who’s-who of West African pop royalty from Burna Boy and Sarkodie to Wizkid and Ice Prince. Recently, AKA was selected as one of BBC 1Xtra’s “Hot For 2016” artists, a prestigious list that’s predicted the rise of megastars like Chance The Rapper, Sam Smith, Stormzy, The Weeknd and Disclosure. (okayafrica, 2016)

The indoor part of the venue (Panther Room and Output Club) will be accessible to partygoers as this event is *rain or shine*.

Everyday Afrique Brooklyn | 07.04.16

Everyday Afrique Brooklyn | 07.04.16

Everyday Afrique Bklyn | 07.04.16

Everyday Afrique Bklyn | 07.04.16