Ghanaian Singer and Songwriter last night performed on the Millennium Stage at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. in the United States of America.
The Kennedy Center is America’s living memorial to President Kennedy—presenting the greatest performers and performances from across America and around the world, nurturing new works and young artists, and serving as a leader in arts education.
Abot recently performed at Times Square (New York City) on New Year’s Eve, and also GlobalFest 2017 held at the Webster Hall, the biggest and historic nightclub in New York City.
Watch her performance at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts below.
JOJO ABOT is a Ghanaian artist expressing herself through music, film/photography, literature and performance art. FYFYA WOTO, meaning New Birth – New Discovery serves as the theme and title for her ongoing project exploring SELF as a provocative tool in the discovery, exchange and evolution of the subject of IDENTITY in relation to appropriation vs appreciation in a growing global conversation around shared space and shared identities.
Currently in NYC as a member of New Museum’s incubator program, NEW INC, Abot prepares to go on tour with a supporting slot on the incredible legend, Ms Lauryn Hill’s tour scheduled for fall, 2017 along with upcoming shows presented by Summerstage and Global Fest.
A true global fusionist and genre bender in both sound and artistic expression, Jojo Abot is poised to take the world by storm with her uniquely coined AFRO-HYNO-SONIC sound and otherworldly perspective.