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  • Shabo Makota

    Shabo Makota is an Afrofusion musician and guitarist from Tanzania, who is also gifted with a unique and bittersweet voice. He began singing in 2002, aged 16, and has played with various music groups in Bagamoyo and Dar es Salaam. Shabo says he was greatly inspired by the late Papa Wemba, read more
  • Dogo Fara

    For Dogo Fara, music is a language to share friendship, respect, humanity and peace. In Bambara, one of the popular languages of West Africa, dogo fara means "small rock". Their rhythms are explosive however, blending the traditional maloya music of Reunion with balafon, jazz, percussion and various African music styles. Since read more
  • Tofa Boy

    Christopher ‘Tofa Boy’ Antony is a young and talented student from Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA) Zanzibar. Presenting an energetic cocktail of African popular music styles including bongo flava and Afro-fusion, Tofa Boy is a vibrant and upbeat artist. He composes his own songs and delivers these with passion, from read more
  • Djam

    Ahmed Djamil Ghouli aka DJAM is a charismatic and energetic singer-songwriter and performer from Algiers. In 2004, whilst studying at university, he started improvising Gnawa standards and creating original compositions. Enthusiastic responses gave him the motivation to create the Djmawi Africa band. Their first album “Mama” (2007) was highly acclaimed, read more
  • Barnaba Classic

    Elias Barnabas, aka Barnabas Classic, started in music aged 16 after joining Tanzania House of Talent (THT) in 2007. He has grown to be a prominent singer-songwriter and guitarist, with many hit songs including Njia Panda and Hawajui (Vanessa Mdee), Lonely (Linah), Upepo, Kizunguzungu and Promise (Recho), Anamalele and Chuna read more
  • Morena Leraba

    In recent years, Morena Leraba has emerged as a new flagbearer of a remodelled Lesotho sound through a brace of singles, collaborations and live performances. He has thrilled audiences at Banlieues Bleues Jazz Festival in Paris, Afropunk Joburg (2017 and 2019), MTN Bushfire (2019), Oslo World (2019) and Music in read more