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Bob Maghrib is a collective of musicians launched in 2011 who represent Morocco’s current music scene. The collective revisits Bob Marley’s most revolutionary, pioneering songs.
The collective’s approach to their style of music is to marry the rhythms and melodies of Bob Marley and the Wailers with the rhythms read more
Hoba Hoba Spirit
The Moroccan musical phenomenon is back, stronger than ever! Between rock, funk and folklore, Hoba Hoba Spirit embody the avant-garde and contemporary Moroccan scene with songs that hit every time. From "Welcome to Casa" to "Blad Skyzo", their singles are firmly engraved in the Moroccan memory. Hoba Hoba Spirit read more
Mehdi Qamoum is a young artist who was born and raised in Agadir, Morocco. As he grew up, he embraced his family's traditional Gnawa music roots. He excelled in this field and formed his first music band at an early age. After hooking up with several well-known and highly read more
Oudaden, one of Morocco's mythical groups of the last twenty years, draws its inspiration from traditional Amazigh music. The group is passionately devoted to its roots, which they update into a lively music that enjoys the support of North African audiences since its early days, while more and more international read more
Ribab Fusion are considered major ambassadors of the Amazigh culture. The band celebrates Morocco’s Amazigh (colonialists used to say Berber) culture as it flies from ‘70s-style funk to Afropop dance vibes, from slow jams to high energy call-and-response choruses.
The ribab is a traditional instrument that used to read more