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Ghanaian Rapper, M.anifest to represent Africa at the 2017 Cannes Music Festival, France.

Touted by The Guardian as Africa’s Foremost Rapper, branded by Midem International as intellectual as Talib Kweli with a blend of Kanye West and Ghana’s designated best rapper & godMc, M.anifest trails for France to represent Africa in the 2017 Cannes International Music Festival to hold from June 6-9, 2017.
The 2017 VGMA best rapper and International Song Writers Award winner unanimously had the nod following two fiercely contested phases of balloting; Panel selection and public voting.

Out of 67 nationalities from all over the world, the Ghanaian R’n’B/Hip-Hop/Urban act was the only artiste from Africa/Ghana who made it through to the final list (11 artistes) of this year’s Midem Artist Accelerator.
The Midem Artist Accelerator is an exclusive programme for artists and their entourages.
It is designed to support managers, agents, labels and publishers as they look to grow their artists’ profiles globally, as an opportunity to promote 11 International talents selected by an Artistic Committee.
The Midem Artist Accelerator 360 programme features a range of curated networking opportunities, as well as learning and coaching sessions with leaders of the international music industry.
The 7 other finalists will have the opportunity to play a live set at Midem and have their song featured on Midem’s communication outlets.
Being an internationally acclaimed artiste, M.anifest is expected to treat all creme de la creme audience of Cannes’s community and aficionados of good music to a ‘golden performance’
Meanwhile, kindly follow this LINK and vote for M.anifest’s NoWhereCool album to win Album of the Year in the maiden Ghana Entertainment Awards.

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