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Artists: Genre > hiphop
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  • Simba & Brown Band

    Let Simba take you on a journey that is going to blow you away, with a mix of jazz, afro beats, rock, hiphop and funk. Through his music, he talks about living in Mozambique through sixteen years of peace and democracy, allowing young people to follow their dreams. Simba, an intelligent read more
  • Simba & Milton Gulli

    Simba's love of hiphop started in the early '90s, listening to artists like De La Soul, Common and A Tribe called Quest. The art that combines words with rhythm and breakbeats was beginning to impact on this boy's life, and he began rhyming at the age of 13. From this read more
  • Sjava

    Born Jabulani Hadebe in Kwa Zulu Natal, South African singer Sjava is among the wave of artists creatively fusing hiphop and R&B with indigenous sounds.His rise to fame began whilst acting since 2005, appearing in several films including uGugu no Andile and the drama series Zone 14, where he starred read more
  • Thaïs Diarra

    Thaïs Diarra is a nu-soul singer with roots in Mali and Senegal. She was born in Switzerland, to a music-loving mother and a bass-playing father. Since Thaïs’ early years, music was a refuge, a moral recourse to the racial prejudgement and questions about her mixed race identity. In her youth read more
  • TMK Majita Original

    TMK Majita Original started performing four years ago and are at the forefront in the new generation of bongo flava artists in Tanzania. The group is from Temeke district of Dar es Salaam and is comprised of seven artists. They have participated at various concerts and festivals around the country. read more
  • Tumi & The Volume

    It’s been a decade since the Johannesburg-based group Tumi & The Volume went about making a band, transitioning from spoken-word experimentalists to the unique live hiphop outfit they are now internationally famed for. In as far as style and accomplishment is concerned they stand alone in South Africa, and are read more