Afro-soul artist Efya slated to headline Pan African Weekend event

Afro-soul artist Efya slated to headline Pan African Weekend event

- Face2Face announced Efya as the headline artiste for the event

- The event comes off in New York City from July 18 to 21, 2019

- Efya will be performing at the event which celebrates pan-African culture and achievement

Winner of multiple and consecutive Best Female Vocal Perfomer at the Ghana Music Awards, Efya, has been billed to headline the Face List Awards gala, the highlight event of the Pan African Weekend.

Face2Face Africa announced the Afro-soul sensation as the headline performer for the FACE List Awards gala.

Efya released her debut critically acclaimed mixtape titled, “This Is Not The Album” in 2013. She followed it up with her 2016 “Janesis” album which was also well received.

That same year, she signed to Nigerian Afrobeats superstar Wizkid’s Starboy Entertainment imprint.

Though young, Efya is arguably a veteran in the African music scene, she has earned several awards and nominations both locally and internationally and has performed at renowned music events.

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Scheduled to take place in New York City from July 18 to 21, 2019, the Pan-African Weekend, is a prestigious annual celebration of pan-African culture and achievement.

It is the only national conference of its kind designed to highlight, empower and celebrate the impact and contributions of the African diaspora community to foster greater economic, social, and cultural relations.

The action-packed weekend features four major events: the Pan-African Women Forum; the IAAPA Networking Mixer; the FACE List Awards gala; and the Closing Jazz Brunch.

The highlight of the Pan-African Weekend, the FACE List Awards gala, will take place on Saturday, July 20, 2019.

The FACE List Awards is the most prestigious celebration of pan-African achievement, where pioneers and icons will be honored for their contributions and impact on the pan-African community.

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