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In May, the iconic Def Jam Recordings music label, owned by Universal Music Group, expanded into Africa with the creation of a new division.

The Def Jam Africa label will be the first label that will represent hip-hop, Afrobeats and trap talent in Africa, signifying the increasing importance of artists from across the region.

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“We wanted to create a label where young people, that are driving culture at a street level, feel that they’ve been given the attention and resources that they need to develop that craft,” Sipho Dlamini, managing director for South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa at Universal Music Africa told the BBC.

You can tune into In Business Africa every Friday at 18:30 GMT on BBC World News.

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