Kulture House Kollective 2019: Miami meets Afrobeats

The Kulture House Kollective is set to be the largest production that the Liberian public has never seen before. The series invites songwriters, musicians, producers, and visual artistes from around the world, to be a part of this memorable experience.

The pilot series “Miami Meets Afrobeats” will host artists/producers, in a Miami mansion turned home studio, and aims to promote and grow the local Liberian music scene.

The Kulture House Kollective is an international artist residency and music documentary series based in Miami, FL. The series invites songwriters, producers, musicians, and visual artists from around the world to explore the intersections of music and culture, with the intention of cultivating a creative house of artistic community and collaboration.

The pilot series “Miami Meets Afrobeats”, follows eight West African artists and producers, as they spend two weeks living in a Miami mansion turned studio. Set in the historic community of Coconut Groove, each episode takes the audience inside the creative process, as the artists are tasked with writing, producing, and recording the series first installment, Kulture House Vol. 1.

According to the press release made by Kulture House, they will provides Housing, Food, Ground Transportation, EPK Package-Photography, Video, Music, Interviews, Recording Studio, Performance Venue Distribution, Marketing, Promotion of Complete Projects, 0% of right to music compilation.

Artists confirmed for the first ever Kulture House Kollective, includes D12, Yung Muse, Mai Myers, Skool Boy Wizzy, Latonya, and Dj Shine Da Beast among others. The organizers includes Kulture House Kollective, African/Caribbean Vibes, Liberian Brand & Lifestyle, and Overseas Magazine.

Kulture House Kollective takes place at the Coconut Groove, Miami, Florida from Tuesday, July 9 to Monday, July 22, 2019.

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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