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  • Dago Roots

     Influenced by his personal history between Madagascar, France and Reunion, Dagoroots reflects the music and sounds of his wanderings. As a musician and singer-songwriter, this charismatic artist combines different rhythms in his sound creation that he calls the Rezzega, a mix of reggae, rock, jazz, traditional maloya, salegy and world read more
  • Damian Soul

     Damian Soul is a Swahili soul artist, whose life revolves around music. He is a charismatic composer, guitarist, producer and singer-songwriter, who believes in “the inspirational power of Good News music".   With four albums under his belt, he has popularly collaborated with many local artists, including Joh Makini, Vanessa Mdee, G read more
  • Dawda Jobarteh

    Dawda Jobarteh is a Denmark-based artist, originally from The Gambia. He takes his griot heritage seriously, being the grandson of Alhaji Bai Konte and son of Amadou Bansang Jobarteh. In Mandinka kora music, both were legends of their times. Dawda learned music playing calabash at the feet of his uncle Malamin. read more
  • DCMA meets Tibirinzi All Stars

    [[[The Dhow Countries Music Academy is Zanzibar's first music school and the only of its kind in East Africa. Focusing on teaching traditional music DCMA has about 100 active students from all levels, amateurs to professional musicians, visiting the academy almost daily to practice. But DCMA also reaches out bringing read more
  • DCMA Young Stars

    Artists are from the DCMA student body and are all under the age of 25.The DCMA Young Stars was established to perform at Alliance Francaise?s world music festival at Dar es Salaam. The band features a diversity of styles and instruments and performs unique combinations of taarab, dance, African read more
  • Debo Band

    Debo Band is a nine piece Ethio-groove collective that has quickly earned an ever-growing and enthusiastic following in the USA performing for American, Ethiopian and Eritrean communities. Since 2006, Debo Band has been immersed in the unlikely confluence of traditional East African polyrhythms and pentatonic scales, classic American soul and read more