Yemi Alade Makes History At The Cannes

Yemi Alade

Singer and dancer Yemi Alade recently trended online as she made history at the just completed Midem24 in Cannes.

Days after making history as the first female Nigerian artist to perform at the African Cup of Nations, the Johnny crooner was made the ambassador of the Midem24.

Yemi Alade recently joined Stewart Copeland and Jean Michel as she became the first Nigerian artist to stamp her prints at the Cannes.

Internationally renowned Afrobeats singer Yemi Alade, aka Mama Africa, has been on a winning streak lately.

The prolific singer and performer was recently at the Cannes Festival in France, where she was honoured with a special medal by Midem24.

Days after making history as the first female Nigerian singer to perform at the AFCON, Yemi Alade took her winning streak to new heights.

She recently joined internationally famous American singer Stewart Copeland and French performer Jean Michel to kick off the Midem 24 Cannes festival.

Yemi Alade stamps her print at the Cannes
Apart from being appointed as the Midem 24 Cannes Des Palais festival ambassador, she also got to meet the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Cannes Island.

Respect to Mama Africa, she has constantly been making Nigeria and African music proud across the globe.

Here some of the reactions that trailed Yemi Alade feat as she stamped her print at the Cannes:


“A proud moment! Well done.”


“A queen I Stan.”


“Legendary Mama.”


“We are so proud of you MAMA AFRICA.”


“Congratulations!!! Love it for you.”


“Félicitations ma belle.”


“Always proud of you Yemi.”


“Stay winning boo.”


“Congratulations mama Africa.”


“Congratulations dear ?????? super proud of you always. Keep shinning.”

See Yemi Alade’s post below:

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