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  • Sarabi

    Sarabi’s music is influenced by everyday happenings. They create a sound picture that vividly represents Kenyan society. Sarabi was formed in 2005. In recent years they have proved to be one of the most respected Afro fusion bands in Kenya. The group includes eight young men from the Eastland’s slums of read more
  • Sauda

    Born in the foothills of [[[Tanzania’s majestic ]]]Mount Kilimanjaro, Sauda Jasmine Simba’s love for music began in her early years[[[, avidly listening to the legendary African American artists like Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight]]]. Studying in Ireland in her early 20s, Sauda naturally gravitated to jazz and blues. read more
  • Seckou Keita Quartet +

    It was under the guidance of his uncle Solo Cissokho (see Ellika & Solo; Sauti za Busara Festival 2007) that Seckou Keita launched his international career in 1996, with appearances at Norway's Forde Festival, in a collaboration with Cuban, Indian and Scandinavian musicians.   In following years, Keita relocated to UK, while read more
  • Segere Original

    There are not many bands whose music has been so pervasive that a new genre has been named after them. Such is the case with Young Stars’ Segere - the 2001 hit song that lent its name to both the style and also the band.  Segere is especially noteworthy for read more
  • Seiyun Popular Arts Group

    Hadhramaut has a long history of association with the maritime routes between the Swahili Coast of Africa, the Arab World and India, absorbing centuries of musical and cultural influences. The music of this part of the Republic of Yemen is rich in rhythms and varieties of instruments with songs and read more
  • Seun Olota

    Seun Olota is a composer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Lagos, Nigeria. He is also leader of the ExTaSi Gang Band and an advocate for persons living with special needs and physical conditions. He has created a niche within the context of dance, club, choral and therapeutic music with original compositions read more