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  • Bantu & Afrobeat Academy

    The name Adé Bantu stands for the probably most successful Afrobeat-artist of our time, resident in Europe. After having received broad public attention for being the initiator of the famous project Brothers Keepers, he now seems to have found the perfect partner in the Afrobeat Academy in order to put read more
  • Best of WaPi 2009

    WaPi (Words and Pictures) is a monthly arts festival organised by the British Council in Tanzania to develop relationships with young audiences, performers and artists. WaPi events provide a platform for new, raw creative talent from all art forms to perform and present to large audiences of young people.   WaPi has read more
  • Bismillahi Gargar

    The group’s name is derived from the Somali words bismillahi meaning “in the name of Allah” and gargar meaning ‘joining or bringing together’. Bismillahi Gargar is a collective group of women of Somali origin from Garissa, North Eastern Kenya. Formed in 2003 with the purpose of reminding people of read more
  • Black Roots

    Black Roots Cultural Group has been immersed in the islands' arts scene for many years. Apart from their regular drama plays broadcast on TV Zanzibar, the group is reinterpreting local traditional dances. The potent messages they convey through their music and drama reach all levels of society in Tanzania and read more
  • Blick Bassy

    Blick Bassy is the new soul voice of Cameroon - soul in the sense of vocals that come from within. Bassy says: “The soul of my music isn’t so much in the words; it’s in the way of singing.”   [[[In fact, the melody is a mould for the words. ]]]On his read more
  • Blitz the Ambassador

    ‘I wanted a story that wasn’t just about glamour, but that captured the challenges for young immigrants as well’, says Ghanaian-born, NYC-forged rapper, producer, and thinker Blitz the Ambassador of his latest album, Afropolitan Dreams. With a vision that embraces his personal West African past and a revolutionary future of read more