NOTJUSTOK Presents Africa’s Afrobeat Panel @ International Music Conference in Atlanta Ga

Post by Demola OG, September 6th, 2013

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The 3rd annual International Music Conference will hold between September 18 and 22 2013. This year, the IMC has added a fresh new panel to discuss Africa’s Afrobeat in order to expose music from Africa and artists from Africa to the international music scene on the IMC platform.

Notjustok has partnered with IMC to present the first Afrobeat Panel which is set to hold on September 21. The idea is to have artists or anyone in the music business come and learn about the music business from different countries and continents, network with other artists, music executives, media, PR and resources in the International entertainment scene globally including Africa.

So, we encourage all artists in the Atlanta area or anywhere in the world to attend panel and  all other panels which will comprise of credible and major players in the different music industries around the world, just watch the video below to see the panelist from last year.

The Afrobeat Panel is made up of Notjustok.com founder Demola OG, TiwaworksDJ Fully Focus,  Selah Abrams of CNN and DJ Ausar

To BUY tickets click here. Also look out for ways to win tickets on the notjustok.com soon… I urge everyone that is serious about music to show up not just see us talk, but also to learn about other music industries and get contacts that can help you one way or the other.

See you on September 21 at the Georgian Terrace Hotel • 659 Peachtree St NE • Atlanta, GA 30308 between 9am and 7pm


The International Music Conference is fast approaching for its third annual return to Atlanta, GA this September 18-22. More than sixty of the music industry’s most talented and dedicated professionals are scheduled to speak over five incredible days. Artists, Managers, Attorneys, Executives, DJs, Producers, Songwriters and many more are gearing up for a multitude of events, including showcases, featured performances, discussion panels, song feedback sessions, workshops, and exhibits.

The expanding conference will open with its popular “Welcome to Atlanta” VIP Meet & Greet Mixer, attended by the conference’s VIPs and chosen speakers, with guests travelling in from California, New York, Nashville, London, England and Africa. The mixer’s popularity arises from its prime opportunity to connect industry professionals from all over the world with the purpose of collaborating and conducting new business with their global counterparts.

The music is turned up during day two of the conference for the DJ Mix-Off & Producer Showcasehosted by Atlanta’s own, award-winning producer, Jazze Pha and broadcast live via Atlanta’s biggest radio station, V-103 (103.3/WVEE). The Artist Showcase will follow on day three when eight pre-selected acts will take the stage for an esteemed judging panel. Day four gets right down to business with more than fifteen discussion panels, feedback sessions and workshops. Hot topics this year include, Africa’s Afrobeat & Breaking Into International Markets. New in 2013 is the Farewell Brunch to gather and say thanks, again for the IMC’s VIPs and special guests.

With exhibits from SESAC, Hip Hop Enquirer, The Microsoft Store, Guitar Center, Respect The DJ, Hip Hop Zilla, Konsole Kings, Rolling Out and more to be announced, ensures that The International Music Conference 2013 will be its best year yet. Showcase winner prizes include an all-expense trip to London, England, one-on-one meetings with the VP International Marketing at Atlantic Records and Sr. A&R at Sony/Columbia, over $2000 worth of merchandise courtesy of Guitar Center, studio time at Patchwerk Recording Studio’s and more.

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4 Responses to “NOTJUSTOK Presents Africa’s Afrobeat Panel @ International Music Conference in Atlanta Ga”

  1. Kevin Tita says:

    Discussing hot to move Nigerian music forward in a foriegn land? All the artist who have broken into the international music scene from Nigeria did it on their own, all these so called agencies sis play a part. Who dem wan fool?

    • Pizzo says:

      Like you said they did it on thier own…this platform is made to assist these upcoming artist to archive a more attainable level in the international music scene.. listen to the nigeria music industry ,they all sound alike…thats not a good image for a country with over 12o million people…we can do more than the regular…

  2. Solo says:

    D'banj, WizKid, Davido and other artists that have managed to cross over, what role did all these good for nothing Agencies play? All they do is hold senseless meetings that dont produce or benefit nobody. What has PMAN done, the only relaible body I know in Nigeria is COSON, the rest are just noise makers. Just like the guy onton said, all those artists crossed over on their own. And for the record, why would you discuss moving Nigerian music forward in a whiteman's land? Honesltly its time we tell ourselves the ruth, plus they even plan to sell tickets to the meetin or whatever it is. mtcewwww

  3. Maseray Sesay says:

    THIS ONE IS GOING TO BE A FLOOP.. SAME TYPE OF YEYE AWARD THEY DID IN NIGERIA FEW YEARS BACK. LMAO

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