- By Blueprint Newspapers Limited
The Caribbeans and Africans, particularly Nigerians in Miami area and beyond are in for a big treat as an upscale lounge, Savor Wynwood has berthed.
The lounge, which was established by a Nigeria-born, US-based DJ, DJ Dozzy Ross ( real name Dozie Udemadu) is designed to cater to the needs of Nigerians, Africans and the Caribbeans.
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Apart from promoting culinary cultures of the blacks the main idea behind it is to also promote the pop cultures of the native black people from these regions.
DJ Dozzy Ross who is originally from Anambra State, Nigeria explains the big idea behind the lounge in a recent interview.
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“Establishing the first Afro Caribbean lounge in Miami was just an idea that became a reality. Miami is the number one tourist center in USA and it’s unfortunate they don’t have a place Nigerians/Africans can go to relax and party after a long day at work. My wife and I came up with the vision two years ago and we put it to work. It wasn’t an easy road but we are thankful the rest is history,” he said.
“It’s the only lounge in Miami owned by Africans for Africans. For us by us. Where you can come and listen to Afrobeats all day. Unlike other spots where Afrobeats are only played for 10 minutes and that’s it. It’s located in Wynwood, Miami, Florida.
We have a big mural of Fela Kuti painted outside. It’s a huge tourist attraction. People of all races stop by to take pictures and also have the opportunity to get to taste Nigerian foods. It’s so huge for Afrobeats to finally have a place we can call ours. People aren’t looking at us crazy when we Zanku and Gbe Body E It’s home,”
Read from source BluePrint