Golden Girls! Asa & Yemi Alade Join Iyanya To Perform At TFAA 2014

Africa’s biggest youth event, The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) 2014 has announced the performers for its 2014 edition, and from Paris, one of Nigeria’s biggest exports to the world, Asa is leading the pack of performers.


Nigerian’s most successful music export of this decade, Asa (described by CNN as ‘an African pop legend in the making’) will be joined by multi-award winning singer, Iyanya and 2014’s breakout artiste, Yemi Alade, who debuted her album, ‘King of Queens’ this year, with her music crossing borders through collaborations with the likes of Tanzania’s most successful artiste, Diamond Platnumz.

Also on the stage at the awards will be pop culture icons including actresses, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Genevieve Nnaji, musician, Banky W and top designer, LanreDa Silva Ajayi,” said designer Ohimai Atafo, who is Chair of the Central Working Committee for the awards. “They will be driving the content of the awards through calls to action and award presentations.”


It will be recalled that, last week, the organisers announced the four anchors for the event: Nigeria’s Ice Prince, Iyanya and Osas Ighodaro alongside Ugandan Channel O VJ, Flavia Tuminise. Click here to view campaign photos.

Hosting the red carpet will be Africa’s IT girls on television, Bolanle Olukanni and Zainab Balogun of EbonyLife TV. They will be joined by fashion bloggers, Denola Adepetun and Zina Anumudu of StyleVitae who have defined the culture for fashion over the past year.

TFAA 2014 will be broadcast live, primetime, on perennially award-winning TV station, Channels Television – from 7.30 – 9.30pm.

The black-tie event holds on Sunday, 7 December at the Intercontinental Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria. It is strictly by invitation.


For more information, visit @TFAAfrica on Twitter/Instagram or the website The official hashtags for the 2014 awards are #TheFutureAwards and #TheFutureAwards2014.



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