Warner Music South Africa has officially become, Warner Music Africa. This was disclosed at an exclusive event held at their offices on May 11th.
Its newest signings, Rouge, Sizwe Alakine and Kiddo CSA were in attendance to grace the occasion, amidst performances of yet-to-be-released music. Rouge, the freshest artiste among the group, spoke on currently being in the studio and the prospects of the future.
Warner Music Africa posted on Twitter saying:
It’s a big day for us as we officially rebrand to Warner Music Africa. We hosted a massive soirée to celebrate – including appearances from @Rouge_Rapper, @KiddoCSA_ and @ReasonHD as well as @masonwabentloko, the artiste who partnered with us on our new look! #WMAWeAreMusicCulture
The organization’s offices at Hyde Par, underwent a transformation, thanks to the aesthetic work of renowned visual artiste Masonwabe Ntloko.
Managing Director and Senior Vice President of Special Projects, Teni Adeniji, speaking on the inclusion of visual representation at the event said, “It was important as we’re starting this new journey to have visual artistes in collaboration with us to bring our new story to life.”
Taking to Twitter, the now Warner Music Africa posted this message:
“It was important as we’re starting this new journey to have visual artistes in collaboration with us to bring our new story to life,” comments Temi Adeniji.
According to Warner Music Africa, this initiative was supported by Warner Music DEI, led by Dr Maurice Stinnett’s furtherance of the global mission to transform the company’s approach toward inclusivity.