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Video: Revisit the Magic from OkayAfrica's 'Mzansi Heat & Naija Beats' at Lincoln Center Out of Doors

Our video recaps what went down featuring Yemi Alade, DJ Tunez and DJ Maphorisa.

OkayAfrica's 'Mzansi Heat and Naija Beats' was the ultimate African dance party to land at Lincoln Center Out of Doors.

In our third year of partnering with the free concert series, Damrosch Park was jam packed with over 5,000 people in anticipation to see Nigerian star Yemi Alade, South Africa's DJ Maphorisa and Afrobeats' DJ Tunez in action—and it was nothing short of amazing.

In this recap video, you'll get a glimpse of the night full of African magic along with hearing from the three stars themselves about the priceless moment, the hard work it took to prepare for the night and more.

Watch below.


ICYMI, take another look at our photo recap here and revisit the full show here.

Credits: Shot & Edited by Greg Poole || Second Camera by Imani N. Dennison || Sound by Gregory Scott || Producer: Sinat Giwa || Associate Producer: Antoinette Isama

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'This Is One Too Many'—African Union Condemns the Murder of George Floyd

"The African Union is distressed to witness yet another unwarranted execution of another African-American male."

The African Union Commission, has condemned the police killing of George Floyd and denounced ongoing racism against Black people in the United States.

In a statement released on Friday, the chairman of the African Union (AU), Moussa Faki Mahamat, recalled the Union's "Resolution on Racial Discrimination" which was established during the AU's First assembly in 1964, which denounces racism against African-Americans in the US. "The Chairperson of the African Union Commission firmly reaffirms and reiterates the African Union's rejection of the continuing discriminatory practices against Black citizens of the United States of America," read the statement.

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