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  • Wahapahapa Band

    Wahapahapa Band is a group of six musicians from Tanzania looking to boldly take their distinct sound to the rest of the world and offer a taste of the richness of the language and the life experience of the Swahili people. Wahapahapa means ‘originates from here’ in Swahili.  Their music is read more
  • Wakazi

    Wakazi is a rap artist from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, aka “The Bilingual Beast". His music career evolved from a young child spouting rhymes on the streets of Dar, to becoming a lyrical giant who sees nothing other than work ethic and dedication as the keys to his success.   After years of read more
  • Willom Tight and the Tight Family

    Willom Tight & Tight Family are one of Zimbabwe's most vibrant groups who are causing a major stir on the market and on stage. The group has shared the stage with many of southern Africa's leading musicians including Jabu Khanyile, Oliver Mtukudzi and others. The group has released two successful read more
  • Yaaba Funk

    Yaaba Funk, renowned for tearing up dancefloors with their upbeat highlife, broken beats, funk, highly energised live set, are rightly known as South London's funkiest and most popular band.   The core members of Yaaba Funk met on the London African drum and dance scene in the 1990s where together they learned read more
  • Yunasi

    [[[Yunasi wins BBC World Service's Next Big Thing 2007 competition in London http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/thenextbigthing/2007   ]]]Yunasi have won the recent BBC Next Big Thing competition. The band was voted "easily the best" from over 2000 acts from 88 countries. Yunasi have also won other major international awards including a 3rd place in the read more
  • Ze Spirits Band

    Ze Spirits Band is a group of six young and talented musicians from Bagamoyo, aged 18 to 25. The inspiration for their music comes from the vibes of Tanzanian local traditional dance, songs and rhythms, which are successfully blended with contemporary ideas to empower the groove and engage audiences (more read more