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Waldemar Bastos was born in 1954 near the border with Zaire in N’Banza Congo, a little town which was the first capital city of the ancient kingdom of Angola. Both his parents were nurses. He started singing at a very early age.
“When I was a child, my read more
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
Willom Tight and the Tight Family
Willom Tight & Tight Family are one of Zimbabwe's most vibrant groups who are causing a major stir on the market and on stage. The group has shared the stage with many of southern Africa's leading musicians including Jabu Khanyile, Oliver Mtukudzi and others. The group has released two successful read more
Wunmi is an artist that effortlessly joins the dots between Nigeria's Yoruba and Afrobeat heritage, New York's house pedigree, and London's jazz, broken beat and classic street soul sounds. The enduring image from Wunmi's early years in music was in summer 1986 as the dancer who codified the style of read more