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African Artists to perform at the Global Citizen Festival:Mandela 100

The Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 which is the first Global Citizen Festival to be held in Africa, December 2nd, 2018 is a free, ticketed event and you can get free tickets by taking action with Global Citizen like taking actions that pressure world leaders to make commitments around the issues associated with extreme poverty, gender equality, food security, education, the environment, global health, citizenship, and sanitation. 

Global Citizen Festival: Mandela100 will be featuring some International acts and African artists too.

Here are lists of African acts that would be performing,

Tiwa Savage from Nigeria, Tiwatope Savage-Balogun, popularly known as Tiwa Savage, is a singer, songwriter, performer and actress. She currently has a songwriting deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and s signed recording contract with Mavin Records.  Tiwa Savage also signed a management and publishing deal with Roc Nation in June 2016, which she later confirmed via Instagram. She co-wrote the track “Collard Greens & Cornbread” off Fantasia Barrino’s Grammy-nominated album, Back to Me. She was featured on Solar Plexus, a compilation album released by Mavin Records.

Her debut studio album, Once Upon a Time, was released on 3 July 2013. It was supported by the singles “Kele Kele Love”, “Love Me (3x)”, “Without My Heart”, “Ife Wa Gbona”, “Folarin”, “Olorun Mi” and “Eminado”. Savage’s second studio album, R.E.D, was released on 19 December 2015. It produced the singles “My Darlin'”, “African Waist” and “If I Start To Talk”. Savage sings in English and Yoruba. As a singer, her achievements include an MTV Europe Music Award, MTV Africa Music Award, two The Headies Awards, one Channel O Music Video Award, one Nigeria Music Video Award, and two City People Entertainment Awards. Tiwa Savage recently won the Best African Act in MTV Europe Music Awards.

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