Written By Naa Koshie
Afrofuture, formerly known as Afrochella, has just unleashed an electrifying lineup of artistes for this year's highly anticipated event. Get ready to groove to the music of our very own shining star, Black Sherif, the soulful melodies of Efya, the captivating sounds of Camidoh, and the dynamic duo R2Bees. But that's not all! Nigeria's finest, Davido, and the talented Adekunle Gold will also be gracing the stage, alongside the sensational Odumodu Black and many others.
This two-day extravaganza will take place from December 28th to 29th, promising an unforgettable experience filled with incredible performances and non-stop entertainment. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen reasons, J HUS won't be able to join the lineup this year. However, with such an incredible array of artists and even a lineup of talented DJs, Afrofuture is sure to keep the energy high and the music flowing.
Make sure to mark your calendars and get ready to dance the night away at Afrofuture 2023! It's going to be an epic celebration of music and culture that you won't want to miss.
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