The ‘Afrobeats’ party series was created to bring together the world’s finest producers of sound, inspiring, and cutting-edge dance music to one spectacular night. This unique gathering of some of the best-known and reputed promoters, DJs, and promoters in the music industry will be bringing together some of the most talented DJs, performers, producers, and promoters from across South Africa.
The Afrobeats Day Party London is an exclusive, one-off event night for the exclusive London area. For just £100, you’ll be treated to a 3-course menu of delicious dishes. The music lineup includes the likes of Kaskade, Diplo, Kygo with Jess Glynne, and more. If you have a taste for African food, then head right over to Kirifoods to get your fix delivered right to your door. They ship to every postcode in the UK. Now onto the top spots for Afrobeats.
Afrobeats is a social music and dance event, primarily held at various UK clubs, featuring Afro-music and dancing. The west London-based festival has become a name synonymous with high-energy Afro rhythms and dance floor parties.
Afrobeats takes pride in making music that is both authentic and culturally inclusive. Embracing the original African rhythms of Ghana and Nigeria, this track sets a vibe for the whole party with a laid-back groove that’s perfect for dancing the night away.
Party vibes are still a pretty big part of the music that some of us listen to today. With the ever-increasing success of big names like Drake and Lil Wayne, you can expect to hear a lot more on the radio about party vibes. This party music is, in many ways, not so different from our own party music. While you can listen to any style of music you want, if you don’t enjoy it, it’s probably not going to live up to the standard you’re used to.
Afrobeats is a Nigerian-based electronic music artist and producer, known for his work in the genre of Afrobeat Policy. Afrobeats, who hails from Abuja, Nigeria, has produced and performed in the genre of Afrobeat. Afrobeats also writes music under the name Preko.
Many couples want to get married but are still too busy to enjoy their wedding exclusively. Post-wedding parties are events that unite couples that want to share a wedding experience with their friends and family. They are usually highly anticipated, as many people want to attend them and share their own wedding experiences with the public.
Wedding preparation can be stressful and boring, but it’s also a lot of fun. It’s a great time to get to know your partner, to have some fun with family and friends, and to have some fun with your wedding party. At the same time, you may feel a bit stressed out, because you don’t want to offend your guests or make any unnecessary mistakes.
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to cover Afrobeats London 2016, the world’s premier electronic music. I learned so much from some of the industry’s most inspiring artists, and I heard new music from artists I hadn’t even heard of before. The endless streams of music and visuals drew me in and I hope that the energy that was present at Afrobeats London continues to flow towards us.
Afrobeats London is the second EP released by Afrobeats, the East London based dance music label, owned by the creative team of the UK’s very own 2manydjs. This EP is a collection of eight club tracks, each representing the roots of Afrobeats, Europe or Africa, which all contribute to this diverse, diverse and mighty collective.