Let’s look into the full biography and net worth of Joey Akan, he is a Award-winning Journalist, A&R/Comms Consultant, and African Music Intelligence.
Wikipedia Profile & Background
|Real Name:||Joey Akan|
|Date of Birth:||Septemba, 1991|
|Age:||31 years old @ 2022|
|State of Origin:||Southwestern State, Nigeria|
|Place of Birth:||Lagos State, Nigeria|
|Girlfriend – Wife:||Unknown|
|Net Worth:||Under Est.|
|Known For:||Founder & CEO of Afrobeats Intelligence|
|Education:||University of Uyo, Nigeria (Bachelor of Science “BSc”, Biochemistry)|
Joey Akan Biography
Joey Akan is currently the news central tv entertainment editor, the conversations africa west african arts & culture commissioning editor, and also the founder/ceo of afrobeats intelligence. He is a multi-award winning journalist, author, a&r executive, and media consultant.
Joey studied in University of Uyo, Nigeria (Bachelor of Science “BSc”, Biochemistry), while he graduated in, Federal Government College Okigwe.
Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), The Wing Newspapers, Amebo Magazine, the SUG Editorial team, video projects, and other activities and societies Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), The Wing Newspapers.
He spent four years of his life completing a Bachelor of Science while also honing his abilities in journalism, public relations, and news media. He graduated in the year, 2012.
Activities and societies include: the Press Club, the Drama Club, the Writers Club, and the Social Club. Activities and societies include: He completed his secondary school in 2007. It was High School, a place where he could lay the groundwork for college and the rest of his life.
Age – Date of Birth
Joey was born in the year, 1991 in the southwestern part of Nigeria. He is currently in his thirties, 31 years old. His month of birth is, September.
He is a writer, broadcaster, host, public relations consultant, and current affairs analyst, specializing in African music, urban pop culture, politics, sports, race, gender, and [email protected] Joey Akan worked as the Music Editor of Pulse Nigeria for almost 5 years, leading a team of creatives at the Pulse Entertainment Desk.
He has written for the music industry on a number of themes, including investigations into the music distribution business, Africa, its sounds, and music culture.
He functioned as a consultant for major record labels, actors, musicians, and creatives with precisely customized guidance on their A&R, communications, and promotion strategies over the course of his numerous years in the Entertainment industry and pop culture experience.
His Work With Medias
His work has been featured in numerous media, including The New York Times, The FADER, Quartz, The New Yorker, Mail & Guardian, DJBooth, Pulse, Guardian, OkayAfrica, Highsnobiety, CNN, and many more.
He’ve also covered some of the continent’s most important events, such as the MTV Africa Music Awards, Red Bull Culture Clash, Headies, African Music Awards, and many more.
Joey Akan routinely participate in speaking engagements across the country, where he conduct masterclasses on Entertainment Journalism and Creative Pursuits, eager to share his expertise of the field.
He’ve also given a TEDx talk. Joey Akan was a judge and coach for CreetiQ Africa’s “The Critic Challenge” in 2017, where he assisted in the discovery of emerging culture critics and journalists.
He have received numerous nominations for his work, including OYA and MAYA Awards, among others. Joey Akan is a two-time recipient of the Nigerian Writers Awards (2015, 2016), as well as the Scream Awards for Entertainment Journalist of the Year, among many other honors.
Head of Music & Senior Music Editor
The Nigerian journalist was elevated to assist create the music category for Pulse Nigeria, with the goal of making it Nigeria’s number one entertainment site. That’s what I did.
He devised a winning plan based on best practices in music coverage from around the world, including text, audio, video, and social media content.
Joey collaborated with a team of content developers on Pulse.ng. He broke the most interesting, high-impact, high-traffic stories, including live coverage, reviews, analysis, and interviews. This he accomplished by establishing a network in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
The Nigerian journalist monitored trends by watching user behavior based on website traffic. He generated columns, podcasts, video shows, and other content to establish his self as the main authority on Nigerian entertainment, he received various accolades for my work.
Head of Events
Following the departure of our Event Lead, Joey Akan took on an additional job for a specified period of time, he developed a solid approach for collaborations between Pulse and several event planners and organizers.
The Nigerian journalist collaborated with a team to provide comprehensive event coverage as well as branding implementation, he managed the high-end Pulse VIP Night Parties, in which Ciroc invested, producing money for the company.
Following the departure of their event lead, The Nigerian journalist took on an additional job for a specified period of time. He established a robust strategy for collaborations between Pulse and several event promoters and organisers.
He collaborated with a team to provide comprehensive event coverage as well as branding implementation. He managed the high-end Pulse VIP Night Parties, in which Ciroc invested, producing money for the company.