REVOLT is proud to announce the premiere of the second season of “What’s Good Africa,” an unscripted lifestyle program that showcases Africa’s distinct Hip Hop culture. Whereas the first season followed hosts Remmy Majala and Nick Ndeda through Kenya, this time around broadcast personality and actor Alex Kwesi Crassie, and musician Enam will be discovering the best of the music, food, and fashion scenes of Ghana. Crassie is also the executive producer of the show. The second season will premiere Wednesday, Sept. 8, and will air every Wednesday for the 10 following weeks.
Some of the features on this new season of the show include Afrobeats artists KiDi and Akiyana, and rapper Kweku Smoke. Along with these musical features, the show will also highlight Ghanaian artists, designers, and community builders including, designer Senyo Foli and sculptor Nanoff.
Along with features of Ghanaian creators in their own spaces, episodes will also include coverage of the Afrochella festival in Accra. After the festival was postponed in 2020, Afrochella 2021 is back on and is sure to make for exciting content which will include lively performances, food vendors, and cultural fixtures.
“What’s Good Africa” was created by What’s Good Network, based in Nairobi, Kenya in partnership with Ark House Productions, a media company out of Accra and Johannesburg, which was founded by host Alex Kwesi Crassie. The show premiered last August 2020 as a way to showcase the global nature of Hip Hop and the richness of African cultures.
In a press release for the new season of “What’s Good Africa” released today (Aug. 26), REVOLT expressed their interest in partnering with What’s Good Studios and Ark Studios to “further carry out REVOLT’s dedication to showcasing the global influence of Hip Hop culture.” REVOLT CEO Detavio Samuels went further by saying that “with Black culture driving global culture, REVOLT is committed to expanding globally both in terms of footprint and storytelling. We are committed to telling stories from across the Black diaspora…”
Be sure to tune in to the season two premiere of “What’s Good Africa” Wednesday, Sept. 8!