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Ashimba is a Tanzanian singer-songwriter and guitarist based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He released his debut album “Nuru Nyikani” (on Maisha Music label, produced by Jakob Poll) in January 2009.
His style is a combination of East African music, with elements of Afropop and acoustic music. In addition read more
The Babawatoto Centre for children and youth was established in 2006 in Makurumla, a densely populated suburb of Dar es Salaam city. The founder is Mr. Mgunga Mwa Mnyenyelwa, a renowned theatre practitioner who was also founder of the well-known theatre organization Parapanda Theatre. Babawatoto Centre aims to empower read more
Bahati Female Band
Bahati Female Band are eight Tanzanian women who describe their music as a combination of afro-fusion, afro-pop and bongo flava. Some of the members used to work with Lumumba Theatre and other groups based in Dar es Salaam. They decided to establish their own group to focus on performing a variety of read more
The teachers and students of the Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA) come from different traditional music groups and represent the finest musicians Zanzibar has to offer. Within the context of the school the teachers have gathered to form a new and unique group: Baladna Taarab. This ensemble specializes in instrumental read more
Banana Zorro & the B Band
Banana Zorro is one of Tanzania's most popular musicians. The son of legendary singer Ally Zorro, he recorded with his father and produced two tracks called Anakudanganya and Big Boss. On the back of these singles, he joined the group BloveM (Banana loves Masiga).
[[[In 2002, he released his debut album, read more
Elias Barnabas, aka Barnabas Classic, started in music aged 16 after joining Tanzania House of Talent (THT) in 2007. He has grown to be a prominent singer-songwriter and guitarist, with many hit songs including Njia Panda and Hawajui (Vanessa Mdee), Lonely (Linah), Upepo, Kizunguzungu and Promise (Recho), Anamalele and Chuna read more