Outernationale II: Amaraae w/ DJ Pam Bam & Florian Sievers

Outernationale II: Amaraae w/ DJ Pam Bam & Florian Sievers

++++DJ Pam Bam and Florian Sievers will be here for a Live Q&A. Please do not miss to watch or listen their talk on Amaraae beforehand. The links will follow soon! ++++

In Nigeria and Ghana, the music-centric alté movement has recently begun to challenge the dominant Afrobeats/Afropop/Afrofusion scene as an underground/DIY counterpart. Ghanaian-American musician and producer Amaarae is part of this exciting young generation of West-African artists, who express their queer identity through music and fashion, using social media and visual aesthetics to connect with their audience – be it inside or outside of their visible borders. Amaarae's sound combines Neo-Soul and African pop, creating an alternative version of contemporary African club music with lyrics revolving around everyday queer intimacy.

Pamela Owusu-Brenyah (DJ Pam Bam) is a music consultant, festival organiser, and DJ, working on an enhanced visibility of contemporary African Pop culture in Germany. With her community platform AFRO x POP she regularly offers a music festival stage for rising artists of the Afro-German scene. Pamela, a studied political scientist, is based in Berlin and has family roots in Ghana. She has worked in Ghana’s capital Accra as a DJ for three years and since then has been commuting back and forth between both musical worlds.

Florian Sievers is a journalist, author, and curator who loves to tell alternative stories from African urban spaces where at present a rising middle class is producing hip cultural expressions, from fashion and art to especially music. Originally a trained journalist for politics and economics, Florian researches his forward-looking stories from the mother continent on at least yearly trips to continuously new African metropolises. On a sideline during these trips Florian has also become a hobby collector of old vinyl records from Africa.

More information about the series OUTERNATIONALE:
https://bi-bak.de/en/bi-bakaudio/outernationale-stars-from-outer-space

8PM

Bi'Bak

Press image to visit the organizer's website.

events

People, Food, MUSIC by African Food Festival Berlin

People, Food, MUSIC by African Food Festival Berlin

Jules Cafe

Black to the future

Black to the future

@Afropolitan

Filmscreening “No hard Feelings” with Q&A.

Filmscreening “No hard Feelings” with Q&A.

@Passage Kino

Black, Brown, Vocal: 
Practicing Body Positivity whilst Black!

Black, Brown, Vocal:
Practicing Body Positivity whilst Black!

@Afropolitan

Let's Talk About… Our mental state!

Let's Talk About… Our mental state!

@Afropolitan

Wedding Renaissance 2020

Wedding Renaissance 2020

@African Quarter

Providing curated information of quality events and 'safer' spaces for The Black and Brown community of Berlin.

Meet Our Partners...

955f9747-2774-4ab0-a8e1-aed2b9e36399_200
Logo AfroPolitan Berlin Finalizado COR w
Waive.jpg
ndo Kurzlogo ohne Zusatz.jpg
Gladt_Logo_CMYK_Druck.NEW.jpg

© 2018 Black Brown Berlin