Even as DigiMillennials is committed to telling the most important entertainment stories about Africa and Africans in Canada, we are also all about celebrating the magicians that do amazing work in the spaces that we cover.
The month of March housed the International Women’s Day and was also set aside as Women’s Month and in this light, as one of our Women’s Month Special, we celebrated thirty women under the age of thirty who work in African music.
The list covers women from Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and other parts of the continent and also cuts across different industry professionals including journalists, label executives, PR personnel, broadcasters, events managers, dancers, filmmakers et al.
Here are the 30 names:
Olamide “Lammy” Ademeso, Cera Ofonedu, Tami Makinde, Moyo “Moyobaby” Onipede, Camille Storm, Tela Wangeci, Minzi Roberta, Esther Isioma Nwaroucha,
Feyisola “Kulupsy” Ogunbanjo, Sarah Etukudo (DJ Sae), Olajumoke “Cake” Olayiwola, Kyellu Tsamdu, Jade Kelly, Bibiresanmi, Fadehan Okpeseyi, Stephanie Okocha, Omolola Ige.
Temilade Adeyinka, Praise Onyeagwalam (Director Pink), Sharon Ntan, Oyinka Asu-Johnson (DJ Yin), Yimika Owoseni, Lungelihle Zwane (Uncle Waffles), Hangaëlle Mucuiu, Tomisin Akinwunmi, Dunsin Wright, Stephanie Bassey, Amarachi Nwosu, Tomisin Afolabi and Princess Chizaram Okereugo.
We celebrate all the work that they do in the industry and we embrace equality & equity in music and entertainment spaces.
Millennials across Africa and in the diaspora have the same picture of what the world should look like. We are documenting it in the coolest ways 🤘