Video: The Taste of Afrika CEO, Tengol submits 16 songs by Ghanaian artists as a playlist for Moroccan’s Afri’Cask

The Taste of Afrika CEO, Tengol submits 16 songs by Ghanaian artists as playlist for Moroccan’s Afri’Cask channel
The Taste of Afrika CEO, Tengol submits 16 songs by Ghanaian artists as playlist for Moroccan’s Afri’Cask channel

Tengol, an experienced entrepreneur and professional in the entertainment industry well-known for The Taste of Afrika, has submitted 16 songs by 15 Ghanaian artistes to be on the playlist of Morocco-based Afri’Cask.

Afri’Cask which has a partnership with the national Moroccan radio, 2M for its program “Continental” will play the songs or better still the playlist submitted for a period of one month.

The Ghanaian artistes whose songs were enlisted include; Stonebwoy – Black People, Wiyaala ft Wiisi – The Sun GOD, King Promise Ft. Kojo Antwi– Bra, MzVee – Sheriff, Akwaboah – Sanbra (Time To Return), Adina – Why, Sarkodie Ft. Prince Bright ( Buk Bak) – Gimme Way, Kojo Antwi – Ateteakoma, Gyakie – Never Like This, Eno Barony Ft. Efya – God Is A Woman, Et Al.

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As a reminder, Tengol K. Kplemani is an experienced entrepreneur and professional in the entertainment industry, specializing in artist management, events, marketing, consulting, communication and concept development.

Tengol submits 16 songs by Ghanaian artists as playlist for Moroccan’s Afri’Cask channel
Tengol submits 16 songs by Ghanaian artists as playlist for Moroccan’s Afri’Cask

In 2010 he launched MIH Cultainment which undertook projects with government institutions and a management company for several artists. He is currently a consultant and A&R director for one of Africa’s top music streaming service platforms, Mdundo, in Kenya.

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And in 2019, Boundaryless Media gave birth to a bigger project, THE TASTE OF AFRIKA ARTS AND CULTURE – (TTOA) which is a process set in motion to propel efforts in Ghana and Africa in general towards the realization of the enviable entertainment industry for the continent, a viable market entry into the international music world.

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Check and enjoy the playlist from below:

 

 

Source: TheBBCghana.Com