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Davido performs at 'OkayAfrica: Afrobeat x Afrobeats' at Lincoln Center, 2016. Photo: Oluwaseye Olusa.

Davido, Odie & Amara La Negra Will Be Performing At This Year's 'Made In America' Festival

Some of our favorites join the line-up for the 7th annual Made In America Festival and we're here for it.

The Made In America music festival is known for its diverse line-up of artists who dominate the genres of hip-hop, rock, pop, R&B, latin, electronic amongst other genres.

This year, Nigerian star Davido, Nigerian-Canadian artist, Odie, and Afro-Latina singer Amara La Negra will be gracing the stage, carrying with them the beats of West Africa and the Dominican Republic.

They will be performing among other popular artists such as Janelle Monáe, Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich The Kid, Miguel, Meek Mill, Diplo, and more.


Made in America was originally curated by Jay-Z. Formerly held in Los Angeles, the festival now takes place in Philadelphia.

Nigerian Artist Davido is no stranger across international waters. He has just been nominated for "Best International Act" at the 2018 BET Awards. Particularly, this year, he has also been booming with success from several popular collaborations with African and American artists alike such as, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Cassper Nyovest, Riky Rick, Gemini and others.

Odie is no stranger either, He is a 21-year-old producer and singer who makes magical hip-hop and R&B based on his Nigerian roots.

See the full Made In America line-up below.

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A-Reece Shares A New Song ‘MORNING PEACE’ From His Upcoming Mixtape

Listen to A-Reece's new song 'MORNING PEACE' featuring Jay Jody.

A-Reece has let loose yet another song from his upcoming mixtape Today's Tragedy, Tomorrow's Memory. "MORNING PEACE" features Jay Jody (you might know him as PJay), one half of the duo B3nchMarQ and A-Reece's brother.

"MORNING PEACE" is a song in which the two rap about the desire for morning peace in the context of a romantic relationship. "I don't wanna wake up to no drama early morning again/ I'd rather wake up to you naked," raps A-Reece on the song's hook.

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