REVOLT TV, the leading voice of Hip Hop culture, recently launched What’s Good Africa, a new arts and entertainment magazine show that highlights diverse creative talent while exploring all aspects of hip hop culture in Africa.
The program comes via a new content partnership between REVOLT and What’s Good Networks and its sister production company What’s Good Studios in Nairobi, Kenya. The ten-episode series is slated to debut on REVOLT Wednesday, August 12th, 2020.
“Hip Hop is a global culture that truly transcends borders,” said Jonathyn Pankratz, VP of Programming at REVOLT. “We’re very excited to partner with What’s Good Networks and What’s Good Studios to spotlight the vibrant Hip Hop scene in Africa, which is full of the young, innovative artists, influencers, and entrepreneurs REVOLT has been championing since our launch. The global appeal of Hip Hop is undeniable,” said James Brown, EVP Content Distribution, REVOLT Media & TV.
Josephat Keya, Executive Producer of What’s Good Studio announced: “We feel it is vital for Africans to tell our own stories and REVOLT really championed us putting our unique storytellers front and center so they can be recognized and celebrated the world over.”
What’s Good Studios, based in Nairobi, Kenya, has produced The Kenya Edition, which is hosted by media personalities Remmy Majala and Nick Ndeda. In Africa, the program will be aired on NTV Kenya, in Tanzania it will be via Azam TV, and in Uganda via DStv.