Unchained Vibes Africa

Leveraging the power of the arts to promote civic education, good governance, human rights, cultural diversity, and the spirit of solidarity in Africa.

About Us

Unchained Vibes Africa (UVA) is a cultural organization and social enterprise committed to developing arts and culture projects geared towards social causes.

Our Work


We produce works of art that address social, political, economic and environmental problems in Africa, using music, drama, visual arts, spoken word poetry and comedy. 

Capacity Building

We help artists and cultural practitioners to further develop their skills and managerial
capacities. We design workshops and professional trainings in cultural entrepreneurship, cultural advocacy, copyright protection, etc.


We organize concerts, talk shows and live performances that highlight social issues, create awareness and sensitize the public.

Cultural Exchange

We develop initiatives that encourage respect for cultural diversity and promote intercultural understanding.

So far, we have built a foundation with the experiment of a cultural exchange between UVA and the Hip- hop Studies Department of Columbia College, Chicago. In September 2021, we partnered with the Co- founder of Chicago Hip-hop Initiative Amina Norman-Hawkins, a scholar at Columbia College who hosted UVA artists on her Hip-hop class alongside American Hip-hop students who had a very interesting interaction and exchange via Zoom.

In May 2022, we organized Africa Day, in partnership WeWe Africa from Zimbabwe sharing knowledge, information and practices about African cultures through the lens of our food/delicacies.


UVA seeks protection for artists on the frontline at a discussion on the local policing environment, oversight and accountability needs – news

Unchained Vibes Africa (UVA) has articulated the immense contributions of socially engaged artists to the development of democracy in Nigeria, the risks they face and the need for better policing environment. The UVA Research and Advocacy team stated this at a recent event aimed at strengthening the oversight and accountability mechanisms of the Nigerian Police Force. The event was organized and hosted by the Network on Police Reforms in Nigeria (NOPRIN) in partnership with the United Nations office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as part of the projects supported and funded by the United States Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and the United Nations Peace Building Fund (PBF). The event which was held on Thursday 30th March 2023 at Dover Hotel Ikeja in Lagos, had in attendance UVA Research and Advocacy team members Tolulope Olowoyo and Prince Adeola Goloba who represented the voices of the artistic community.

Our Partners

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 9 AM - 5 PM