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  • Cheikh Lô

    Cheikh Lô is one of the great mavericks of African music. A superb singer and songwriter as well as a distinctive guitarist, percussionist and drummer he has personalised and distilled a variety of influences from West and Central Africa, to create a style that is uniquely his own. Lô dedicates both read more
  • Didier Awadi & Phat 4

    See interview and pictures of Didier Awadi at Sauti za Busra 2007 http://www.busaramusic.com/feature/Didier.htm   Didier Awadi is the most prominent artist to have emerged from Africa's francophone rap scene. Awadi, who won RFI's "Musiques du Monde" award in 2004, has established himself as a veritable pioneer, pushing back borders and opening new read more
  • Ellika & Solo

    Solo and Ellika first met on the stage of a club in Stockholm in 1998. There, Senegalese griot music met the Swedish polska.   Solo Cissoko is a griot from a very long story-telling tradition; Ellika Frisell's music has deep roots in the wildly joyous story-telling tradition of Bingsjo. Together they make read more
  • Guiss Guiss Bou Bess

    The vision of Guiss Guiss Bou Bess is to preserve the cultural heritage of Senegal while at the same time making it more accessible for the world beyond. Theirs is the merging of two artists and two worlds: Mara Seck (Senegal) & Stephane Costantini (France). Their captivating collaboration provides a read more
  • Kara Sylla Ka

    Kara Sylla Ka’s voice is sublime and his music is sophisticated, melodious and varied. From Afro to acoustic reggae, to folk, soul and blues, Kara enjoys going smoothly back and forth from one to another mixing modern and traditional sounds. Kara’s work has always been inspired by the talented Peulh read more
  • Les Frères Sissoko

    Bao and Sadio Sissoko were born in Senegal to a griot family. Following in the footsteps of the Sissoko family both brothers have been learning kora since the age of seven at first by observing their father’s playing as he was accompanied by their mother, a traditional singer. For a read more