Check out the latest Interview by Jessica Brassington at Impakter. Be sure to check out her other interviews.
“Rocky Dawuni is well known across Africa and the world for his infectious Afro Roots sound and humanitarian activism. His dedication to spread his message of love, positivity, and empowerment, is expressed through both his uplifting, African grooves and his cultural diplomacy. Working alongside organisations such as Product (Red), the UN Foundation and UNICEF, Rocky has become a spokesperson for a variety of global issues including, women’s health and education, HIV Aids advocacy, peace building and clean water. Peacefire is yet another far-reaching project Rocky has recently been involved with. His musical career has always aimed to “ignite the best in all us,” and so, by collaborating with producer, Tom Erba, and Aloe Blacc, Rocky plans, this time, to use his musical expression and cultural experience to “amplify the light” in the Democratic Republic of Congo.”
With a master’s degree in modern history from the University of Sheffield, Jessica Brassington has used her knowledge and research skills in various roles since graduating in 2013. Working freelance on historical and art projects in the UK, as well as gaining experience in content writing,