Exciting times are here again. Guinness has launched its biggest and boldest experience to date – the Blacklist. This Guinness experience is going to give a stage to up-coming Cameroonian talents alongside the biggest international stars, including Wizkid from Nigeria and our very own Stanley Enow.
The recently organized press conference to launch the blacklist took a different shape as media personnel and retailers took to stage to entertain the audience. The Brand Manager Charli Azanfack said “over the coming weeks Guinness will be offering a platform for up-coming Cameroonian artists to have their songs played on national radio. Then the power will be in Cameroon’s hands to vote on which artists are the boldest, most exciting and best to represent their Made of Black spirit. Whichever artists receive the most votes will then have the chance to take to the stage and open this incredible concert”.
This is not an opportunity you want to miss. Tune in to the radio stations below to hear the artists demonstrate their Made of Black attitude as they vie for a place in the Guinness Black List concert.
Getting involved in the Black List concert is simple! Launching immediately, Guinness has a special promotion where Cameroonians can win amazing instant prizes such as free bottles of Guinness, airtime and a range of gadgets such as home cinema systems and smartphones. Furthermore, if they have a unique code under their crown all they need to do is SMS it to 8191 to enter a draw for tickets to experience the Black List concertGet in, vote and see your favourite artist on stage, and get to win tickets to the biggest concert yet. You want to know more about this concert, check out our facebook page www.facebook.com/Guinness.Cm.
Guinness encourages consumers to drink responsibly. The promotion is only opened to people aged 21 and over.
16H00 – 18H00
|Wednesday to Friday||Brice Albin|
|Yaounde||MAGIC FM||100.1||PLEIN TUBE||
18H15 – 20H00
|Wednesday to Friday||Empereur Dady|
|Buea||MEDIAFRIQUE||89.6||GLOBAL HIT PARADE||
19H00 – 20H00
|Wednesday to Friday||Edward Ikomi|
17H40 – 20H30
|Wednesday to Friday||Leopold Nguelo|