This was revealed by popular Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga who is also the CEO of TASCK while he was announcing the return of the TASCK Music Festival.
According to reports, this year’s festival will be more than just entertainment. It will include a panel discussion for creatives, a cookout session with food and live performances, as well as a block party.
“Nigeria is not ready for this festival! Where have we seen an event where we’re bringing up-and-coming artistes, A-list artists, activists, tech guys, and private sector guys all together in the same space to have conversations, eat, party, and create change?
“I mean it’s unheard of. We’re giving young creatives a platform to shine and at the same time we’re telling people to go out and vote.”
Also, the festival will use its platform to educative and inform Nigerians about the need to vote in the upcoming 2023 elections.