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Wakazi is a rap artist from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, aka “The Bilingual Beast".
His music career evolved from a young child spouting rhymes on the streets of Dar, to becoming a lyrical giant who sees nothing other than work ethic and dedication as the keys to his success.
Wamwiduka Band is a traditional music outfit from Mbeya, Tanzania.
Founded in 2012, the ensemble is comprised of Brown Isaya (lead vocalist), Adriano Wilson (lead guitarist and Banjo player), Zakaria Michael (singer and percussionist) and Peter Mashaka (bass and babatoni). None of the band members had secondary education so they spent read more
Wanafunzi wa SOS
The Students of SOS is a group of orphans based in the Hermann Gmeiner School in Zanzibar island, also known as the SOS Childrens Village. The children who lost their parents are sheltered at the school to give them an upbringing and a good education. The SOS school is emphasizing read more
Wanyambukwa Artist Group
May 2008, saw the beginning of Wanyambukwa Arts Group. The three original members Juma Sabe, Albert Magana and Willy Kamwaya have seen the group grow in just over two short years to 13 active members. The group was established with the aim to maintain the traditions of various ethnic groups, read more
In the vibrant Tanzanian hiphop scene, the group X Plastaz is a group commanding much respect. Their conscious Swahili rap lyrics strike a chord with the Tanzanian youth, who can relate to their topics like Aids, unemployment, divorce and even life in prison. The six vocalists are known internationally for read more
Yange Yange Trio
Yange Yange Arts is a Wagogo cultural group from the central Tanzanian region around the city of Dodoma. Tanzania has some 120 ethnic groups, none of which accounts for more than a few percent of the overall population, so there is no dominant ethnic culture or sound. That said, the read more