MIDEM 2018: Watch all the Africa Panel Sessions on the Business of Music – Chin Okeke, Seyi Shay etc.

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East, West and Southern Africa were well represented at the ongoing MIDEM 2018 conference in France. Watch all the key discussions on the business of music below.

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