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Davido, Burna boy, rayvanny, Diamond Platnumz,

Music and film are now turning the creative and entertainment tide across the continent. The creatives in Africa are now crowned and featured by other established performers in the developed world, which signals the potential of the creative industry in Africa. 

There are more than 2,500 films made each year in Nigeria’s film hub, “Nollywood”. As modern filmmaking technologies expand across Africa, more works are now done in other developing industries in East and Southern Africa. 

The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) find the audio-visual sector to be a honeypot, but it is largely untapped. The industry is estimated to account for $5 billion in revenue in Africa out of a $20 billion potential and employ at least 5 million people. 

On a global scale, cultural and creative industries are estimated to generate about $2.25 trillion annually, 3 per cent of global GDP, and employ around 30…

Davido, Burna boy, rayvanny, Diamond Platnumz,

The entertainment and media industry has evolved to become one of the most profitable sectors in modern economy. Across continents, entertainment and media (E&M) has levitated talents and shared cultures like no other format since the dawn of time.  

At the same time, media has connected cultures beyond language and physical barriers. Who doesn’t know Diamond Platnumz, Ali Kiba or Zuchu (except for non-Afro pop fans) in East, South and Central Africa, to mention a few? 

From e-papers to virtual reality, modern ways of communication have made information- sharing seamless, and the world has become a village, literally.  

When it comes to entertainment in Africa, Tanzania’s music industry has evolved over the past decade to become one of the most profitable creative performing arts landscapes.  

 International accolades won by Rayvanny, Diamond Platnumz, Ali Kiba, and many more prove how the genre has spilt over multiple locations worldwide, especially high-performing landscapes

If you are reading this in East, Central, North or Southern Africa, you have probably heard these hit songs “Number One”, “Waah”, “Nana”, and “Jeje” performed by Diamond Platnumz.

Tanzania as another country in Africa with plenty of music potential has seen its very own raw talent, Diamond Platnumz raising the country’s flag with his unique and eccentric Bongo-Flava hits, but also drawing more receipts probably more than any other artist in Tanzania’s history.

The East African country has produced more successful musical talents including AY, MwanaFA, Lady JayDee and Ali Kiba to mention a few. However, Diamond Platnumz has become a shiny icon that has drawn more accolades to the table, from MTV awards, Future Awards, South African Music Awards, BET Awards, and Tanzania Music Awards.

The Tanzanian best male artist has been in the industry for more than ten years as of now he has pinned the music …

Africa is music and music in Africa. The music and entertainment industry in Africa is nearly reaching $11.5 billion while the 2019 IFPI global report point Africa combined with the Middle East recorded about 15 per cent increase in revenue (for record business)—more importantly, this ascension puts Africa as the world second highest growth market after Latin America.

The most youthful continent in the entire world has been a land of abundance in terms of musical talents, from the record hits of Burna Boy, Diamond Platnumz, Davido and Cassper Nyovest, Africa has carved its mark on the global music and entertainment industry.

Consequently, this has drawn the attention of influential musicians and industry-related corporations pouring their resources towards the region—which produce countless hits and talent annually.

From Sony Music, Spotify, Deezer, Warner Music Group and now Universal Music Group (UMG) in collaboration with African music streaming service—Boomplay are landing their …