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  • Mamillion

    Sphiwe Ngwenya, aka Mamillion, hails from Soweto. He is inspired by township life, changes challenges. He aims to take kwaito back to the TKZee era with his beats, whilst fused with a modern sensibility.   Mamillion's main objective is to entertain while dominating the kwaito scene.   Mamillion's recent debut CD, Phakama is filled read more
  • Mamy Kanouté

    Mamy Kanouté was born into a family of Senegalese griots, the famed singers and musicians that constitute a repository of West African oral tradition, history and culture. She has collaborated regularly with other Senegalese music legends, including Youssou N'Dour, Baaba Maal, Omar Pène, and Didier Awadi. She has also worked read more
  • Mandojo & Domokaya

    Mandojo started his music career as a very young boy in Manyoni district, Singida region with the Mighty Melodies band. His real name is Joseph Michael. During his primary school days he only had one pair of shoes called DOJO which he had to wear everyday and so other kids read more
  • Mani Martin

    Mani Martin was born in 1988 in the Western Province of Rwanda. Aged only nine years old, his musical talents were discovered by his teacher whilst singing for his classmates in primary school. During 2000, when he was eleven, he recorded twelve gospel tracks that became popular in churches across read more
  • Mannyok

    Mannyok, from the Mauritius island of Rodrigues, are one of its finest music exports. Rhythmic and energetic, their twirling sound is rooted in local traditions, with original compositions and re-interpretations of local standards.  The combo is composed of five musicians from various backgrounds, offering diverse influences to the music mix. Twin read more
  • Mapacha Africa

    Utilising traditional rhythms and instruments, Mapacha Africa has brought forth another dimension to popular Kenyan music. The septet traces its beginnings to western Kenya in 1989 when these seven friends were in primary school. Inspired by the sounds they heard from street musicians in their small Kenyan village, Mapacha Africa read more