Month: November 2016



Greetings, on Thursday (Dec.15 ) – Join us as we bring to you AfroBeats on the Island. This is the inaugural of series of Afrobeats events primarily after work mixer. Let’s gather to network, mix and Mingle. 6:00pm-1am. By RSVPing you have already become part of the family, we’re all friends now! With that being said make it your goal to meet at least 3 new people.We’re almost at capacity with advance RSVPs, to ensure a smooth entrance come early.

You will be filled with best of AFROBEATS music.

The event is brought to you by SpyOn Productions and GMB Group.



AMC 2017


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AMC Artist Showcase provides a platform for Artist to share their message through each one’s creative means. Please help us introduce these artists into world music platform in North America and spread their messages throughout the U.S. AfroJam musical artists present the best of traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world. These artists depict diversity, which is a very important element of AfroJam’s Platform.

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Naomi Wachira (KENYA/USA)

“Naomi’s music carries grace, authenticity, positivity and acoustic rhythms that blend Western and African melodies that is sure to touch your soul.” Living Ma’at Magazine


Damien Richards’ D Rich specialty is “Soul Rock,” a unique mix of tenderness with a slight edge. It’s emotional and striking – imagine the lovechild of Seal and Lenny Kravitz. With passionate soul in every chord that he strums and every note he sings, his music takes listeners on a journey at once earthy then heaven bound.

Élage Diouf  (SENEGAL / CANADA)
Élage Diouf: A sensational Senegalese soul-rocker
Master percussionist, Senegalese born singer-songwriter and performer Elage Diouf settled in Canada in 1996, to pursue a musical career that is still growing today.
His music – a blend of pop, world, blues, folk and asiko – thrives at the artistic crossroad of artists like Carlinhos Brown, Peter Gabriel and Andres Cepeda. The musicality of the wolof language explains his singing mainly in his mother tongue.
“My music is for the whole world to enjoy. It touches the heart, whatever the language. With upbeat songs that combine many cultures’ influences, sounds that are warm, with good dancing rhythms, sounds that make you want to move and feel great. That is what I want for myself, my family, my planet.”
— Élage Diouf


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