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Diasporans Making A Difference: DJ Kweks


Kweku Amoako (Also Known as DJ Kweks) is a popular international disc jockey and cultural icon dedicated to empowering and galvanizing the African diaspora through music and culture. Kweku is the founder and CEO of DrumPulse Entertainment – A premiere US based African event production and Entertainment brand with a mission to unlock opportunities in the African diaspora by connecting and engaging professionals through unique social and cultural experiences. The company’s Afropolitan Cities platform is arguably the largest diaspora movement of its kind, attracting over 3000 professionals across 5 cities (Washington DC, New York, Miami, Houston, Baltimore) each month to connect, exchange ideas and celebrate African culture and music. The vision of the company is to build an extensive global diaspora network as a channel for diaspora outreach and engagement and to integrate African culture with those of several metropolitan cities around the world.
Kweku is also a business operations and strategy expert with several years in management consulting for Accenture, JPMorgan, Sprint, Astrazeneca and other fortune 500 companies. He holds an electrical engineering degree from Howard University and an MBA from Georgetown McDonough School of Business.

More about Drumpulse Entertainment-

DrumPulse Entertainment is a premiere African and international event production and DJ service company based in the DC metro area. They aim to connect the African diaspora through symbolic national celebrations & entertaining multicultural events that foster cultural appreciation and integration. Their signature events include African holiday parties, Happy-hour mixers, talent shows, concerts, African food tasting, etc.

More about Afropolitan-

Afropolitan is highly anticiapted and highly attended cultural experience in DC, NYC, Baltimore, Miami and Houston. In each of these cities it is also the premiere if not the only choice of upscale Afro-Caribbean social experience for diaspora professionals. First, people connect over cocktails and light music, for a premier networking experience. Next there is an element of culture that is highlighted through fashion, performances, food, music, art exhibition, and spoken word. Then, there is a business spotlight focusing on inspiring entrepreneurs doing great things. Finally, the night transitions into music, dance, and fun! Featuring the latest Afrobeat and Caribbean tunes. Well, I know I have fun for sure!

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Be sure to check out one of their events in a city near you!

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