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  • Ambasa Mandela & the Last Tribe

    Singer, songwriter and musician, Ambasa Mandela, popularly known as Mandela, is renowned for his unique and powerful voice, the messages in his music, and his high energy performances. At its core, his music can be described as a blend of East African rhythms alongside benga, afrosoul and reggae.   Mandela's experiences growing read more
  • Evon

    Evon is a soul, blues and jazz singer-songwriter who has spent more than ten years in the Ugandan underground music scene. Over these years, she has crafted her own style of combining soft, soulful and playful lyricism and blues with other local styles. Her musical influences include Nina Simone, Billie read more
  • Mehdi Qamoum

    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 skilled read more
  • Oumar Konaté

    A prolific musician, Oumar Konaté is emerging as a leading young African guitar master and on track to become one of the new legends of singer-songwriters from Mali. Konaté performs constantly at festivals, clubs and private parties. He has accompanied many Malian artists on their concerts and recordings: Vieux Farka Toure, read more
  • Richie Lumambo

    Richie Lumambo is a guitarist, singer, songwriter from Tanzania with soaring vocals and his own unique guitar style. His music is inspired by Tanzanian traditional music styles as well as Western soul grooves. His band brings together youthful musicians to successfully showcase talents of his new generation. A powerful East African read more
  • Roland Tchakounté

    Born in Cameroon, Roland Tchakounté started his musical training with percussion followed by the guitar, piano and harmonica. His music is the perfect merging between Mississippi Blues and the deep African roots of these songs, greatly enhanced by the harmonies of Bamiléké, his mother tongue. Through his music, he talks read more