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  • Camirata Group

    Sudan is a massively diverse country, geographically and politically linking the Middle East to the rest of Africa. Sudan has been a musical crossroads for centuries, with a long extending history intertwined with that of its neighboring countries - Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Central Republic, Chad and Libya. read more

  • Cheikh Lô

    Cheikh Lô is one of the great mavericks of African music. A superb singer and songwriter as well as a distinctive guitarist, percussionist and drummer he has personalised and distilled a variety of influences from West and Central Africa, to create a style that is uniquely his own.

    Lô dedicates both 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

  • Chibite Zawose Family

    Chibite (meaning “Let’s Go Together”) was founded by the late Dr. Hukwe Ubi Zawose (1938 - 2003), the legendary singer and multi-instrumentalist who was a master musician specialising in Wagogo music from central Tanzania. Chibite was representing Tanzania at many international events since the early nineties, together with Dr. read more

  • Christine Salem

    Christine Salem's bewitching voice, accompanied by her kayamb (percussive instrument made of reed stems filled with seeds), takes us on a musical journey across the Indian Ocean. Her songs tell of life with all its joy, hardship and struggle, in the purest Creole and the local Malagasy, read more

  • Dago Roots

     Influenced by his personal history between Madagascar, France and Reunion, Dagoroots reflects the music and sounds of his wanderings. As a musician and singer-songwriter, this charismatic artist combines different rhythms in his sound creation that he calls the Rezzega, a mix of reggae, rock, jazz, traditional maloya, salegy and world read more