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Artists: Year > 2015
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  • Ihhashi Elimhlophe

    Ihhashi Elimhlophe is a household name in South African maskandi traditional Zulu music. Leader Bheki Ngcobo, the brains behind the group, first recorded in 1986. He has never looked back since. In 1976 Bheki Ngcobo left his small village in KwaZulu Natal for Johannesburg, in search of opportunities.   He started read more
  • Isabel Novella

    Born in Maputo, Mozambique and growing up on music stages around the world, Isabel Novella is blessed with God’s greatest gift: the voice to sing. As well as being an amazing singer-songwriter, she has a stage presence to die for. Unique in style and performance, Isabel has carved her own read more
  • Kiki Kidumbaki

    Back in the 1950s and 60s many regions in Zanzibar including the streets of Stone Town had at least one taarab or kidumbak group. Sadly few remain. However, in the village of Mahonda, on the main road north from Zanzibar Town, since 1993 the KIKI Kidumbaki group has been alive read more
  • Leo Mkanyia and the Swahili Blues Band

    Biyi Adepegba, Art Director of Joyful Noise Recordings UK and the London African Music Festival has described Leo Mkanyia's music as blues which recalls the wonder of the King of African Blues Ali Farka Toure. Rachel Boyle from New York Times admired the mix of Tanzanian drumming with blues melodies read more
  • Liza Kamikazi and band

    Liza Kamikazi is a singer, composer and actor. She did her theatre training at the Centre of the Arts at the National University of Rwanda, where she also completed a degree in Communications. In 2013 Liza pre-launched her album Iwacu back home. In February the same year she performed with read more
  • Mabantu Africa

    Mabantu Africa band was formed by two young Tanzanians, Creator and Twaah aged 16 and 17. Both are blessed with strong talents in composing and performing music. Originally from Nachingwea village in the Mtwara Region, they started by singing in their primary school choir. Whilst still young, they ran away read more