Two Kenyan presenters Nick Ndeda and Remmy Manjala, landed themselves a major TV deal with US rapper P Diddy.
These two Kenyans will be hosting P Diddy’s What’s Good Africa, a half-hour show that will cover all aspects of Hip Hop culture in Africa. The program will also be unscripted.
The show will premier on Wednesday the 12th of August. It will mostly focus on sports, fashion, entrepreneurship, parties, events, and more.
Remmy Majala got into the limelight after her show on K24, Arena 254. She previously worked at Switch TV. Ndeda, on the other hand, is a renowned journalist who also hosts the Drive Show on Kiss FM. Apart from working at Kiss FM, he also graced X FM.
This show came about after REVOLT got into a partnership with What’s Good Networks (sister company to Nairobi based What’s Good Studios).
Programming vice at REVOLT, Jonathyn Pankratz expressed his excitement in partnering with What’s Good Africa.
“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 young, innovative artists, influencers, and entrepreneurs REVOLT has been championing since our launch,” he said.
Co-founder and CEO of What’s Good Networks and What’s Good Studios, Tilo Ponder, also emphasized their focus on growing Africas talents.
“As day one fans of REVOLT TV, we are delighted to be partnering with them to launch What’s Good Africa, celebrating Africa’s powerhouse creative talent and sharing their stories with the world.”
“This proves yet again that Hip Hop is truly a global phenomenon by connecting diverse cultures and young audiences everywhere,” he said.