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  • Abantu Mandingo

    Swahili Ally is a talented Tanzanian singer and song writer whose talent first appeared in primary school. He was born in 1989 in Tanga region whereby he got his primary education at Kigambini primary school and started his music carrier. He comes from a musical family; his Grandfather was a read more
  • Afrijam Band

    In 2008, Misoji Nkwabi was a winner of Bongo Star Search, a nationwide singing competition in Tanzania.  The same year, she recorded an album of her songs “Utu wa Mtu” (Dignity of a person).  The album consisted of 12 songs carrying different themes, mainly social and health issues affecting young read more
  • Afrikali Band

    The band consists of four musicians Jhikoman, Salum, Andrew, Omar plus two dancers Naima and Sili, Afrikali's music is a vibrant and rich meeting of Tanzanian traditional styles from different tribes fusing with modern music. The main reason for the use of different tribal sounds is due to the fact read more
  • Ahamada Smis ‘Origines’ Trio

    Ahamada Smis, a singer-songwriter from the Comoros Islands has been living in Marseilles since first arriving in France at the age of 10. This rapper and spoken word artist has been mixing traditional music from the Comoros with urban poetry, in the spirit of afro-ngoma. Ahamada Smis’ story read more
  • Aline Frazão

    With Angolan parents and grandparents from Cape Verde, Brazil and Portugal, Aline Frazão was born and raised in Luanda. She debuted on stage aged only nine, since then learning to walk the paths of traditional Angolan and Cape Verdean music, Brazilian bossanova, Portuguese fado and jazz. Aged 15, she first read more
  • 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