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  • Ribab Fusion

    Ribab Fusion are considered major ambassadors of the Amazigh culture. The band celebrates Morocco’s Amazigh (colonialists used to say Berber) culture as it flies from ‘70s-style funk to Afropop dance vibes, from slow jams to high energy call-and-response choruses.  The ribab is a traditional instrument that used to be common read more
  • Richie Lumambo

    Richie Lumambo is a guitarist, singer, songwriter from Tanzania with soaring vocals and his own unique guitar style. His music is inspired by Tanzanian traditional music styles as well as Western soul grooves. His band brings together youthful musicians to successfully showcase talents of his new generation. A powerful East African read more
  • Ricky na Marafiki

    Born Patrick Enos Lukhachi Nanjero, in Nairobi on 8 October 1980, Ricky is a bassist, arranger and a bass instructor. He comes from a family of eight with four brothers and three sisters. A few years ago Ricky began his solo career by forming a five-piece band called the Marafiki, read more
  • Rico & the Band

    Rashid Amin Abdallah aka Rico Single was born in Kikuu village, on Pemba island. He started music at primary school, as part of the school’s traditional dance group. In 2001 together with friends, Rico Single created Swahili Arts Group which had more than 40 young members, performing traditional dances, acrobatics and read more
  • Rocky Dawuni

    Rocky Dawuni is a Ghanaian musician and activist, straddling the boundaries between Africa, the Caribbean and USA to create an appealing sound that unites generations and cultures. A galvanizing performer, Dawuni has shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Bono, Jason Mraz, Janelle Monae and John Legend, among many read more
  • Roland Tchakounté

    Born in Cameroon, Roland Tchakounté started his musical training with percussion followed by the guitar, piano and harmonica. His music is the perfect merging between Mississippi Blues and the deep African roots of these songs, greatly enhanced by the harmonies of Bamiléké, his mother tongue. Through his music, he talks read more