Ghanaian-born promising poetic rapper, Sodaezy is set to perform at the Black Art Street Festival 2017. The festival is designed to celebrate and honor creative art reigning from Tema-Accra, Ghana.
The 2017 edition of Black Art Street Festival will kick off on Friday,Dec, 1. In the previous edition, the festival has featured local artists and household names, we’ve seen some serious talent grace the stage and grow to become celebutante.
Rapper, sodaezy has gained much credit for his hard-work in the music circle. He just released a song, hovered with infused happenings at the university Of Ghana. Dishing out the unseen stories on campuse, he tagged it “Campus Fyla” and cooked by Fresh Beat. The Tema-based rapper has dominated the air waves with his well constructed hip-hop gems like Fuck This Niggas, Junky Freestyle and more. He graduated this year from the University of Ghana with a first class.
The Black Art Street Festival 2017 is set in providing a converging point for thousands of free-minds, raw and fine talented artists, potential and active entrepreneurs, tech-addicts, bloggers, musicians and music lovers, environmental conservationists, fashion addicts and entrepreneurs, lifestyle and cultural enthusiasts and other creative minds to generate series of energy to promote art, entrepreneurship and the environment.
The theme for Black Art Street Festival 2017 is Black Creativity focusing on the relevance and impact of creative processes on national development and how creative minds can address societal challenges with greater focus on environmental cleanliness through recycling.
BLACK ART STREET FESTIVAL 2017
Waste has become huge challenge for our nation today. Government continues to spend thousands of dollars on dealing on the effects of wastes such as cholera, malaria and other waste-related diseases. Gutters are being chocked and floods have become the norm anytime it rains. The beauty of our environment is badly marred by wastes. It is time creative minds begin to propose creative solutions to problems such as this hence this year’s theme.
In the spirit of Ghana’s 60 years of independence, BASFest 2017 also offers unique opportunity for festival patrons to experience Ghana’s rich diverse culture. This year’s festival promises to send celebrants on a memorable journey of art, culture, music, history and everything Ghanaian and African.