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Matona & G-Clef
Mohammed Issa Matona was born in 1969 in Paje, Zanzibar about 45 miles from Stone Town.
He received his primary and secondary education in Zanzibar and Morogoro but spent most of his time in making music from early age. He participated in football and athletics, but his favourite early hobby was read more
Otentikk Street Brothers
The history of the Mauritian reggae-creole group Otentikk Street Brothers begins in 1992. When hanging around in the streets of their hometown [[[Plaisance, a suburb of Rose-Hill]]], like many other youngsters around the globe the two brothers Bruno and Koeny Raya got infected with the hiphop virus, 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
New Sound Band
Formed by a group of young people between the age of 17 and 30 years, New Sound Band was established in 1998 in Bujumbura Burundi. Their main aim was to try to encourage young people to engage in more social activities in the war torn country.
New Sound band plays a read more
Ahmed Djamil Ghouli aka DJAM is a charismatic and energetic singer-songwriter and performer from Algiers. In 2004, whilst studying at university, he started improvising Gnawa standards and creating original compositions. Enthusiastic responses gave him the motivation to create the Djmawi Africa band. Their first album “Mama” (2007) was highly acclaimed, read more
Chema Culture Group
Chema Culture Group was born in Pemba Island in 1992. At the time Chema group had 45 founder members who came from various small Ngoma groups from around the island. The idea of forming Chema came because the artists needed a well established group, as well as to be registered read more