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  • Sanaa Taarab

    Sanaa Taarab was born in 1983, after the then Zanzibar Ballet group stopped its activities. In its early years the group managed to perform by borrowing equipment from Culture Musical Club, with whom they have a long and positive relationship. Currently the group has twenty artists who are employed by read more
  • Hoba Hoba Spirit

      The Moroccan musical phenomenon is back, stronger than ever! Between rock, funk and folklore, Hoba Hoba Spirit embody the avant-garde and contemporary Moroccan scene with songs that hit every time. From "Welcome to Casa" to "Blad Skyzo", their singles are firmly engraved in the Moroccan memory. Hoba Hoba Spirit have read more
  • DJ Side

    Said Abdallah, aka DJ Side, is one of the island's hardest-working radio presenters.   DJ Side (pronounced "See-day") spends most of his time at Zenji FM (96.8), "Sauti ya Pwani" (Voice of the Coast) - Zanzibar's first private radio station. Side started in music at Zanzibar's Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA), where he read more
  • NEWS Quartet

    Becaye Aw is a guitarist from Mauritania, now living and playing in Norway. He has been able to integrate his African music traditions well with Norwegian traditional music, and has been playing with many of the most respected musicians both Europe, and famous African musicians like Baaba Maal and Ali 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
  • Mswanu Gogo Vibes

    Mswanu is a Gogo word meaning beauty. Established in 2007 by Frank Samwata, Mswanu Vibes is comprised of  five artists, ranging from poets, story tellers and theatre performers.   Musically, Mswanu play flutes, drums, zeze, marimba and guitar.  This is Wagogo music beautifully mixed with contemporary pan-African vibes. Mswanu have recorded and performed read more