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  • Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka

    [[[Samm Farai Monro, better known as Comrade Fatso, is one of Zimbabwe's most popular and controversial poets. He performs Toyi Toyi Poetry, radical street poetry that mixes Shona with English and mbira with hip hop. It's an art form that is an uprising against the bloody ZANU (PF) regime. If Robert read more
  • Nadi Ikhwan Safaa

    Founded in 1905, Nadi Ikhwan Safaa can probably trace its roots back further than any other orchestra in Africa. At first, the group played Egyptian and Arabic music. In the early 1950s, they started composing their own songs with Swahili lyrics. Since then, Ikhwan Safaa - or ‘Malindi Taarab’, as they read more
  • Saida Karoli

    Saida Karoli is one of Africa's greatest singers and only the sky is her limit. Saida sings predominantly in Kihaya and Kiswahili. However, even those who do not understand her lyrics are touched by her unique voice and the quality of her music. Saida’s main sources of inspiration are social values, read more
  • Atemi & the Ma3 Band

    Carol Atemi Oyungu is one of East Africa’s finest neo-soul vocalists. She began singing aged 10, and made her mark in the music scene with the all-girl group, Intu. In 2003 Atemi joined Kenyan sensation, Eric Wanaina, as vocal harmony provider for his band. Together with Eric and The Mapinduzi read more
  • Maureen Lupo Lilanda

    Maureen Lupo Lilanda aka “Mama Zambia” or fondly known in Zambia as “Aunty Maureen” is a singer-songwriter from Lusaka. Endurance, patience and generosity characterize Maureen best. Her music is warm, vibrant, and soulful; she covers decades of African inspiration but is nicely grounded in her motherland Zambia. Some of her read more
  • Wahapahapa Band

    Wahapahapa Band is a group of six musicians from Tanzania looking to boldly take their distinct sound to the rest of the world and offer a taste of the richness of the language and the life experience of the Swahili people. Wahapahapa means ‘originates from here’ in Swahili.  Their music is read more