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  • Atongo Zimba

    Atongo Zimba comes from the north of Ghana. He was very young when his grandfather taught him to make and play the koliko (or molo), a two stringed lute, which is used throughout the savannahs and deserts of West Africa. His time as a child was divided between the family farm read more
  • Blitz the Ambassador

    ‘I wanted a story that wasn’t just about glamour, but that captured the challenges for young immigrants as well’, says Ghanaian-born, NYC-forged rapper, producer, and thinker Blitz the Ambassador of his latest album, Afropolitan Dreams. With a vision that embraces his personal West African past and a revolutionary future of read more
  • Ebo Taylor

    Born in 1936, guitarist, composer, arranger, bandleader, and producer Ebo Taylor has been a vital figure on the Ghanaian music scene for over six decades. In the late '50s he was active in the influential highlife bands the Stargazers and the Broadway Dance Band, and in 1962 he took his read more
  • FRA!

    The FRA! band is a group of young people from different backgrounds in Accra, Ghana, who are all united by one language; the language of music. The name “Fra" comes from the Akan word which means "mix" and this is an analogous representation of their music. Their sounds hinge on read more
  • Kyekyeku

    Kyekyeku’s music derives from the traditional Ghanaian sounds of palmwine music, highlife and Afrobeat.  With his guitar, Kyekyeku carries a distinctive Ghanaian sound and image. Kyekyeku and his band of young musicians create a myriad of rhythmic grooves that ensure the dance floor is buzzing. His music looks more towards read more
  • Onipa

    ONIPA means ‘human’ in Akan, the ancient language of the Ashanti people of Ghana. It’s a message of connection through collaboration: from Ghana to London, our ancestors to our children, Onipa brings energy, groove, electronics, afrofuturism, dance and fire! Born out of deep collaboration between longtime friends KOG (Kweku of Ghana read more