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Artists: Genre > spoken word
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  • BCUC

     Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness (BCUC) moves the audience – both physically and emotionally – with an explosion of passion, funk and rhythm. With their music, direct from the ancestors, BCUC want to question the common worldview on modern Africa. The basic ingredients of BCUC’s sound are the traditional whistle, percussion read more
  • BREIS

    Bonafide Rhymes Exist In Self, aka BREIS (breeze) is a renaissance man: emcee, beat maker, writer, event organiser, workshop facilitator and one of UK's most talented hiphop artists. Since winning the Mean Fiddler Competition in 1997, he has been performing for crowds all over the UK, Europe, Africa, NY and read more
  • Lydol

      Nwafo Dolly Sorel, aka Lydol was born in Yaoundé in 1994. She got involved with music and culture whilst at secondary school. In 2010 she won a national competition in the slam category. From there, she started performing at the Goethe Institut, the Centre Culturel Camerounais and other venues around read more
  • Mrisho Mpoto

    Mrisho Mpoto is one of East Africa's leading new generation of Kiswahili poets. His fame throughout the region is also unrivalled as actor, theatre director and a story-teller. Mrisho Mpoto resides in Dar es Salaam, where he spent many years working with Parapanda Theatre Lab. His artistic accomplishments are many read more
  • Muthoni The Drummer Queen

    Nairobi born and raised singer-songwriter, flow-poet, drummer, and creative social entrepreneur, Muthoni Ndonga, is already poised to become a leading presence in the world of African entertainment and social development. Muthoni’s music is an innovative approach to fusing African melodies and rhythms with daily experiences that resonate with urban youth read more
  • Netsayi

    Netsayi was born in London in 1973 to parents exiled from Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. While their dad was in the guerrilla camps of Mozambique and Zambia, Netsayi and her two siblings were raised by their mother in Camden. There were always other Zimbabweans passing through and there was always read more