Xeat TV, pronounced ‘Heat’ TV is a multimedia streaming platform created as an expression of urban African culture. The recently launched online site is a hub for Africans and Blacks around the world to find relevant and fun content. Xeat TV portrays African culture in a positive light while staying true to its indigenous roots.
“XEAT TV wants to show a positive side of the melancholy world through art, music, culture, fashion and entertainment in general. We are committed to providing a powerful image of the homeland and “United States” to our audience so that they can identify and recognize “WHO WE ARE,” a spokesperson for XEAT TV said.
Today, Xeat TV is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Live TV. Pape Mady Cisse created this platform with a focus on broadcasting Afrobeats, hip hop, reality TV, urban culture, etc. He continues to fund Xeat TV while allowing local African talent and black artists to start their careers.
XEAT TV is the first streaming platform based on Africa and the African diaspora. They gladly welcome content creators to submit their projects such as music videos, reality TV, documentaries. Although their streaming is free to customers, the site does offer premium paid content.
“We’re an urban TV channel that gets us all moving through the vibes of AfroBeats. We are giving you an experience you cannot afford to miss. Watch your favorite artists, shows, music videos and the latest trends. It is an experience that will fill you with pride, joy and excitement. XEAT TV is urban, hip, cool, cultured and soulful, ”says Xeat TV spokesperson
Pape Mady Cissé (IG: madycice), the founder and creator of Xeat TV is a young Senegalese-American who invests in his community. The company is based in the United States and its headquarters are located in Manhattan, NY. The main objective of this platform is to present a garish and conclusive image of Africans and blacks around the world through its content, artists and music.
For more information, please visit: www.xeattv.com