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YouTube Marks African Month In Grand Style

YouTube comes through as they have some exciting plans and events lined up to celebrate Africa Month, and also to celebrate the creatives in the industry, YouTube partners with British actor Idris Elba

YouTube comes through as they have some exciting plans and events lined up to celebrate Africa Month, and also to celebrate the creatives in the industry, YouTube partners with British actor Idris Elba on the 3rd Edition of Africa Day concert which will be held in Nigeria.

YouTube promises to support content creators, Aspiring producers, and songwriters in other to help them improve, grow and make use of the platform better, YouTube announced different events lined up for this month, including different workshops and seminars, both virtual and physical classes. 

Industry experts will lead most of these classes and workshops, ranging from a creator 360 virtual workshop, and in-person creator Day workshops, this will certainly help aspiring creators learn useful skills. 

Production and songwriting are also a major part of this program. Ace beatmaker, and producer Sarz and Musa Keys are set to lead this training.

The event is back for the third year in a row, in partnership with Idris Elba, the concert will be streamed live on YouTube, featuring lots of amazing music talents across the continent.

“We’re incredibly proud at YouTube to provide a platform that shares Africa’s creativity with the rest of the world. From music, fashion, and beauty to the latest trending movements, YouTube plays an important role in the emergence and expression of Africa’s unique cultural stories to local and global audiences. By commemorating Africa Month through these impactful initiatives, we continue to spotlight, and elevate the work of creators and artists who are at the forefront of the continent’s creative explosion”, Alex Okosi, Managing Director, Emerging Markets, YouTube EMEA remarks.

YouTube continues to show massive support to aspiring content creators across Africa, this event is just another contribution of YouTube to Africa.

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