BY Sandra Appiah, 12:00am April 04, 2012,

Introducing the Historic Premier Cover of F2FA Magazine: Africa Re-branded!

New York, NY- April 4, 2012- On March 30, 2012,  the premier cover of F2FA Magazine was unveiled at the grand launch celebration in New York City.

The historic cover features three young brothers, Kwame Boateng, Kofi Sireboe, and Kwesi Boakye, who are re-defining Africa through the mainstream entertainment industry. With a cover story themed “Young, Successful, and African in Hollywood,” the issue explores how the brothers are using their platform to re-brand Africa.

“In the premier issue of F2FA Magazine we explore the role of the youth in the realization of the new Africa. The story of the boys not only makes us optimistic about the future of Africa, but also affirms that the new generation of young Africans will precipitate the idea of the African Renaissance,” says Editor-At-Large, Sandra Appiah.

Premier Cover:

Introducing the Historic Premier Cover of F2FA Magazine: Africa Re-branded!

F2FA Magazine covers a dynamic range of topics from politics and development to culture, fashion, entertainment, and lifestyle. Serving as a platform where Africans can tell their own stories, the magazine primarily targets global citizens with an interest in Africa.

Hitting retail stores early summer, F2FA Magazine will be distributed in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Africa. The magazine is now available for pre-orders at a discounted rate on

A digital copy of the magazine will soon be available for preview and purchase also via the website.

Check out the exclusive behind the scenes video of the cover shoot:



F2FA Magazine is a sophisticated, inspiring, engaging and proactive medium that breathes new life in to all things African. Now Africans and African enthusiasts will have access to an empowering reflection of what is bold, unapologetic, successful and inventive about the continent and her people. F2FA is poised to lead the way in progressive thought, positive images and development, empowering all of us to rebrand and redefine ourselves and our homeland as we see fit.

– Abena Agyeman-Fisher

(Senior Editor at Newsone, Former News Manager at AOL Black Voices,  Associate Health Editor at the New York Times, and Copy Editor at Vibe Magazine)


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