CONSCIOUS VIBES AFRICA is a movement set up with a vision to promote and revive reggae music in Nigeria, Africa to the entire world.
In recent times, there has been ranging contention among reggae scholars and followers as to what the origin of this incredible act of sounds, movement and vibration is. Some say it came from the Caribbean Islands; others emphasize it to be Europe and Africa.
Amidst the myriad of discrepancies, a statement of fact states that Reggae is from Africa. Firstly being that the Founder of the Rastafarian movement- Emperor Haile Selaisse hails from Africa and the message behind reggae jam is all Africanised.
The irrepressible truth is made evident in the lyrical content of thought provoking assemblage of rhymes in concordant to the harmonious strumming of the guitar and fusion of percussion makes alive the stepping afore and back in symbolism of the manacle that had incarcerated the continents.
In response to the linking gap in the history of motherland and upholding the savoured integrity of past heroes and heroines of the turf, there is a peculiar movement that has steadily set the pace to entertaining her guests in a musical concert with the truest form of the Reggae genre and showing the autobiography of a reputed figure noted for fighting valiantly for the African course.
Conscious vibes Africa is saddled with the reggae renaissance exploits and championing the cause of ensuring that audience learn something new about Africa. Poised to actualise this bit of igniting and satisfying all reggae enthusiasts in Nigeria by fronting the very best arts in the industry have consistently hosted a platform where the best of reggae acts display their skills.
This event is held every last Sunday of each month at the Freedom Park Lagos with the support of Alliance Francaise & Freedom Park Lagos
AIMS: Conscious Vibes goal is to restructure the Africa indigenous music in Nigeria to an international standard that will compliment the efforts of good musicians, as well as promote the creative spirit among Nigerian reggae artists through the acquisition and performance of conscious music. presentation and preservation of Nigeria’s root reggae and dance-hall music.
VENUE: FREEDOM PARK LAGOS(old colonial prison yard, broad street Lagos island. Lagos Nigeria.)
DATE: EVERY LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH
TIME: 6PM – 11PM