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Afro Nation announces it’s 2021 line-up 

The biggest urban beach music festival, Afro Nation, has announced the official line-up for it’s 2021 festival which is set to happen between July 1, 2021 and July 3, 2021.

The event was originally scheduled to take place in July 2020, but due to the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, the three-day event which holds in Portugal had to be postponed.

It was initially hoped that the pandemic would pass to pave the way for Afro Nation 2020 to hold, but on May 11, 2020, organizers of Afro Nation put out the following statement to act according to the ban placed on public gathering;

Some of the artists featured on the line up include,
2Baba,Afro B,Bamby & Jahyanai,Beenie Man,BOJ,Br3nya,Burna Boy,Busiswa,C4 Pedro,chronixx,Dadju,Davido,Diamond Platnumz,Eddy Kenzo,Fireboy DML,Flavour,French Montana,Innoss’B,KiDi,Kizz Daniel,Kojo Funds,Kranium,Krept & Konan,Kuami Eugene,La Meme Gang,Landrick,Machel Montano,Maître Gims,Mavado,Mayra Andrade,Nelson Freitas,Neru Americano,Niniola,Not3s,Olamide,One Acen,Pa Salieu,Patoranking,Patrice Roberts,R2Bees,Reekado Banks,Rema,Santi,Sauti Sol,Shenseea,Sho Madjozi,Skepta,StoneBwoy,Teni,The Compozers,Wayne,Tory Lanez,Wande Coal,Wavy The Creator,Wizkid,Yemi Alade,Young T & Bugsey,

 

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