- Ghanaian artist Mohammed Blakk has received a lucky break thanks to a feature on BET
- Mohammed was featured on the 20th week of the 2019 Series of BET AiR (Artists in Residence).
- The young and vibrant artist considers it a great step in the right direction
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A popular Ghanaian visual artist by name Mohammed Osumanu has had a big break in his career when he was featured on the world-renowned BET (Black Entertainment Television).
Mohammed Osumanu is affectionately known as Mohammed Blakk in the world of arts.
According to Pulse.com.gh, the visual artist, fashion stylist and creative entrepreneur, got featured on the 20th week of the 2019 Series of BET AiR (Artists in Residence).
As part of the package, Mohammed's amazing works were shared to millions of followers on BET's Instagram handle. This was between the days of November 26 to 29.
This gives great exposure to Mohammed as many collaborations, nominations and partnerships are set to be birthed from the feature by BET.
BET AiR initiative was created to showcase the amazing works of artists from the diaspora.
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A post from their Instagram page about Mohammed Blakk's work is seen below:
Speaking about getting featured on BET, Mohammed could not hide his joy. According to him, though he has been working hard on his projects, he did not expect such a big break to come his way.
He explains that this is his 7th year in the industry and he thought such 'blessings' would come later. Mohammed was quick to add that he believes this is a great step in the right direction for him.
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Africans have been in the news for breathtaking feats lately. YEN.com.gh recently reported that Popular American-Senegalese music star Akon has started construction of an entire city in Africa.
The city which is called 'Wakanda' is to be built with unique features that have never been seen or experienced even in the major cities of the world.
Reports indicate that the musician revealed on a radio show that Wakanda's construction has begun and will take about 10-years to complete.
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