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Burna Boy Is Apple Music's New 'Up Next' Artist

The 'African Giant' joins Apple Music's Up Next program.

Burna Boy is the latest artist to get a spot in Apple Music's Up Next program, OkayAfrica is excited to announce today.

The Nigerian afro-fusion star has been coming off a huge year that saw him perform at Coachella and win the BET Award for Best International Act. He's also readying the release of his upcoming album, African Giant, from which we've had the infectious single "Anybody" on repeat.

Burna Boy's inclusion in the program comes with a new Beats 1 interview with Julie Adenuga, which is live today, and an upcoming short documentary on the Nigerian artist due July 16.

"I'm super excited to be part of the Apple Music Up Next campaign," says Burna Boy. "Apple continuously comes up with new initiatives to support artists globally and push the African culture. It's an honor to be a part of this and with my African Giant album coming out soon, the timing is perfect."

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Watch: Bozoma Saint John on Becoming the New Face of Uber

Bozoma Saint John talks about how she'll make her mark at Uber and what it means to be a Ghanaian woman at the highest levels of tech and business.

In an interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning, this morning, Uber’s first-ever chief brand officer Bozoma Saint John talks about the challenges of her new job, growing up Ghanaian in Colorado and why representation matters in business.

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Black Coffee to Host His Own Show on Beats 1

The South African DJ's show will premiere this Friday on Beats 1.

SOUTH AFRICA–The sky's the limit for South African house DJ, Black Coffee. Coffee just revealed that he will be hosting his own fortnightly radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1.

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