From Nigeria, to Ghana, to Sierra Leone, Africa was well represented at this year’s Budweiser Made In America Festival curated by none other than Jay Z.
London-based Sierra Leonean native and elcectrosoul superstar, Sampha, Ghanaian Grime/Hip Hop artist Stormzy performed
Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage and Maleek Berry also hit the stage. Tiwa hit the stage flanked by a handful of dancers as she kicked off her Made In America debut to the tune of several hits including “All Over” and “My Darlin.” She later surprised the crowd by bringing out fellow Roc Nation signee and Congolese rapper, Young Paris, for a performance of “Best of Me (Remix).”
Maleek Berry did not disappoint as he ran through music from his catalogue, performing songs like “On Fire” and “Been Calling.” Maleek also brought out YCee for a performance of their summer banger “Juice,” before sending the audience into a frenzy with a surprise guest appearance from veteran Philly rapper Freeway.