The Music in Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES) set to be hung on November 28-30, would see music industry experts from more than 50 nations meet in Accra to trade thoughts, find new ability and make business linkages.
Worldwide whiz and five-time Grammy chosen one, Akon, is one of the main speakers at the current year's occasion and incorporates top Ghanaian artists and specialists, for example, Sarkodie, Efya, Samini, Kyekyeku, John Collins, Ebo Taylor, Bibie Brew and Wanlov the Kubolor.
The ACCES stage offers designates a wide assortment of exercises, including cautiously curated board talks, presentations, systems administration and pitching sessions, creation workshops and grandstands (live exhibitions) by melodic acts from Africa and the diaspora.
ACCES 2019 will commence on 28 November, with the Music in Africa Honorary Award service where Ghanaian legends Ebo Taylor and Bibie Brew will be granted for their remarkable commitment to their nation of origin's music industry and that of Africa all in all. The current year's occasion will include a mixed and striking line-up of exhibiting specialists.
Affirmed specialists are Mokoomba (Zimbabwe), Songhoy Blues (Mali), Gato Preto (Mozambique and Ghana yet situated in Germany), Arka'n (Togo), Sibusile Xaba (South Africa), Ifrikya Spirit (Algeria), Lúcia de Carvalho (Angola however situated in France), and Bholoja (eSwatini), just as local people Yaa, Kyekyeku and Ghanalogue Highlife, FOKN Bois, Cina Soul and FRA.
ACCES is sorted out by the Music In Africa Foundation, a non-benefit and dish African association, in organization and with the help of Siemens Stiftung, Goethe-Institute, Reeperbahn Festival, Alliance Française, BMG, Media Sound Hamburg, the Multimedia Group, Africa Art Lines, Afrikayna, the Gold Coast Hub, the Year Of Return, the Prince Claus Fund and the ANT Mobility Grant from Pro Helvetia Johannesburg, financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).