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Artists: Year > 2010
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  • Fresh Jumbe & African Express

    Fresh Jumbe is a Tanzanian singer-songwriter who lives in Tokyo and rocks Japan and Asia with his own style of music, a mix of Tanzanian rumba, rock and mduara. Born in Tanga, on the coast of mainland Tanzania, he started singing with his friends when he was only six years read more
  • Jhikoman

    Jhikoman is the best known Tanzanian reggae artist. His lyrics in English and Kiswahili and unique singing style have been touching people since 1994. For Jhiko music presents an opportunity to raise awareness about social oppression and justice. It also provides a medium for communicating messages of peace, love and read more
  • Joel Sebunjo

    Joel Sebunjo, Uganda's folk- world music sensation is one of the most exciting & innovative musiciansto come out of East Africa in the recent years. He started playing traditional Ugandan instruments at a very young age , quickly paving his way into the Kampala musical circuit as session artist with read more
  • Kilua Ngoma

    Before 1900, this ngoma was popular in Congo (now DRC) where it was used mainly for occasions such as marriage, traditional religious ceremonies and during other festivities. Later on it spread and became popular into other countries such as Tanzania, where in the first place it gained roots in regions read more
  • KVZ Tupendane

    KVZ Tupendane is one of the leading ngoma (traditional drums and dance) groups from Chake Chake, the administrative capital town on our sister island of Pemba. The group has been working together since 2007, with 22 musicians playing traditional styles including chaso, boso, mdungushi and msondo. Through their captivating performances, KVZ read more
  • Maia & the Big Sky

      Maia & The Big Sky experiment with coastal polyrhythms, mixing these with funk, reggae, jazz and folk, creating a familiarity and warmth that transcends continents. Maia von Lekow’s lyrics in both English and Kiswahili touch on power, love, politics and the strength of women. Maia has shared stages with artists such as read more