What’s Good Networks and REVOLT TV Announce the Second Season of What’s Good Africa Exploring Ghana. Return of Weekly Collection Showcasing African Hip Hop Tradition.
What’s Good Networks and REVOLT introduced the second iteration of What’s Good Africa, a weekly unscripted way of life sequence exploring all points of Hip Hop tradition in Africa.
Created by What’s Good Networks, Season 2 is co-produced by What’s Good Networks and its affiliate manufacturing studio Ark Home Productions in affiliation with REVOLT. The brand new season will emcompas Ghana’s vibrant music, vogue, meals and artwork scenes.
Hosted by broadcast persona and actor Alex Kwesi Crassie, who may even function Government Producer, and singer and songwriter Enam, the highly-anticipated second season of What’s Good Africa will premiere on REVOLT on Wednesday, September 8.
The brand new sequence options rappers akin to Kweku Smoke, Yaw tog, Kofi Jamar and Obibini, Afrobeats artists; Stonebwoy, Worlasi, Epixode, Efya, KiDi, Adina, Akiyana, and Afro Roots Reggae artist Rocky Dawuni, males’s luxurious dressmaker Senyo Foli, famend sculptural artist Nanoff, and extra.
“With Black tradition driving international tradition, REVOLT is dedicated to increasing globally each by way of footprint and storytelling,” mentioned Detavio Samuels, CEO of REVOLT,” including, “We’re dedicated to telling tales from throughout the Black diaspora, and are excited to welcome again What’s Good Africa via our content material partnership with What’s Good Networks.”
“Irrespective of the place you go on the planet, Hip Hop and music tradition continuously convey folks collectively,” mentioned Alex Kwesi Crassie, Co-Founder and CEO of Ark Home Productions. “I’m tremendous excited to associate with What’s Good Networks and be a part of What’s Good Africa as a bunch and Government Producer.
This second season goes to be one you don’t wish to miss.” Ark Home Manufacturing is a Johannesburg/Accra based mostly manufacturing firm co-founded by Alex Kwesi Crassie and Government Producer, Mandy Mpungose.
Season 2 episodes will moreover embody content material surrounding the favored Afrochella competition, native Ghanaian avenue meals markets, nightlife, membership scenes and extra to additional spotlight Hip Hop tradition in Ghana.
The second season of What’s Good Africa will premiere on REVOLT’s linear TV channel on Wednesday, September 8 at 9:30pm EST with new consecutive episodes airing each Wednesday for ten complete episodes. African TV companions can be introduced within the coming weeks.
“We’re devoted to sharing compelling tales in regards to the African tradition, and partnering with REVOLT once more will additional perform that mission,” mentioned Tilomai Ponder, CEO and co-founder of What’s Good Networks. “We’re honored to showcase Ghana’s dynamic expertise, and the second season of What’s Good Africa will allow viewers to discover the Ghanaian way of life in a cultural and relatable manner.”