Meet Paul O (Okoye) the owner of one africa music fest, who owns upfront and personal global management, one africa global management (foundation) and also cartel records, which he is in 50/50 partnership with Tekno.
Owner of One Africa Music Fest
Paul O (Okoye) is the mastermind behind the success of this few popular organizations in Nigeria; Upfront and Personal Global Management, One Africa Music Fest, One Africa Global Foundation and Cartel Records.
Paul O, or Pauloo as he is more commonly known, is a well-known celebrity manager and businessman. Paulo Okoye, whose real name is Paul Okoye, is famously known as Paul O by everyone, including his colleagues and individuals in the entertainment industry.
Owner of Upfront and Personal Global Management
Paul Okoye is the Chief executive officer, Ceo of upfront and personal global management agency Popularly known as upfront and personal booking, which is also the management agency of former BBNaija Season 4 winner Mercy Lambo (whose real name is Mercy Eke).
Paulo Okoye is a Nigerian event promoter, talent manager, record exec, philanthropist and businessman. Okoye is the CEO of Upfront and Personal Global Management, which manages celebrities such as Kizz Daniel, Dakore Egbuson-Akande, Tekno, Iyanya, and Flavour.
He is the One Africa Music Fest’s organizer. The show brings African music to the diaspora and has previously taken place in the United Kingdom, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates. Interswitch, a fintech company, is the show’s headline sponsor, and Air Peace is its airline sponsor.
What You Need To Know About One Africa Music Fest
The One Africa Music Festival. The platform is quite popular, but it’s safe to say that many people underestimate its impact on the growth of Afrobeats. Since then, the event has served as a platform for many African artists, including Wizkid, Tekno, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Victoria Kimani, and Eugy Official, to name a few.
One Africa Music Festival was critical in introducing many Afrobeats acts to a global audience. Before we get into the impact of the Afrobeats music festival, it’s important to understand what the One Africa Music Festival is.
One Africa Music Fest is an international music festival that promotes Afrobeats and African culture. The festival has successfully brought Africans and foreigners from all over the world together, connecting them to their African roots through music.
It’s a wonderful thing. Paul Okoye has created an exciting platform for Nigerian and other African acts by allowing them to spread their music to an audience that would otherwise be difficult to reach. Performing at the One Africa Music Festival as an Afrobeat artist is a first for the genre.
Not only because it’s a massive festival with the potential to introduce you to the rest of the world, but also because it means you’ve played a role in promoting Afrobeats and preserving African culture. The music festival has taken place in a variety of locations, including Dubai, London, and New York. Every edition has been a huge success.
New York Show
This year’s Interswitch One Africa Music Fest took place in New York on August 10th, at The Ford Amphitheatre, in London on August 24th, at The SSE Arena, Wembley, and in Dubai on November 15th, at the Festival Arena, Festival City Dubai.
Interswitch ran a promotional campaign for new customers through its consumer brands, specifically quick teller, e-commerce, and electronic payment platform, in which they could win an all-expense-paid trip to any of the Interswitch One Africa Music Fest events, which took place in New York, London, and Dubai and featured memorable performances.
Every year, the event is held 4-6 times in various cities around the world. Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy, Tekno, 2 Baba, Zlatan, Jah Prayzah, Akothee, Betty C, Lij Micheal, Linah, Kcee, Diamond Platinumz, King Promise, Vanessa Mdee, Dj Spinally, Dj Cuppy, Dj Obi, Dj Xclusive were among the performers this year.
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