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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
  • African Ngoma

    African Ngoma was born in 1996 as Amani Ngoma Troupe, but because the name was similar to that of another successful Zanzibar group Imani Ngoma, it was decided to change their name to African Ngoma in 2004.   The main aims of establishing this group were to help protect and preserve the read more
  • African Revolution Band

    Formed in 1999, descended as a splinter group from the "African Beat" and "African Stars" Bands (Twanga Pepeta). The popularity of the African Revolution Band started when they were resident band at Hotel 77 in Arusha, and developed the "Chumvi Chumvi" dancing style. In January 2000 the band returned to read more
  • African Stars Band (aka Twanga Pepeta)

    The African Stars Band is one of Tanzania’s most loved live performers. Based in Dar es Salaam, their 40 plus members have decades of experience in producing the popular muziki wa dansi (dance music); sounds that continue to be popular all over the country.[[[   The African Stars Band descended from the 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