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  • Upendo Manase

    Upendo Manase is a Tanzanian singer-songwriter, vocal trainer and entrepreneur who first learnt to sing in her church choir.Since completing music studies, she has performed as lead or backing vocalist with various afro-fusion bands at events including the Swahili Music Festival and Sauti za Busara in Tanzania, DoaDoa Performing Arts read more
  • Aleksand Saya

    Aleksand Saya’s music path began in the 1990s Réunion Island hiphop and underground reggae scenes. While he evolved into performing at sound systems and block parties, he fell in love with maloya music, a vector of history, emotions and traditions.Through ‘kabar’ events, lifted by maloya’s powerful rhythms and instruments, Saya read more
  • Evans 'Pfumela' Mapfumo

    Evans 'Pfumela' Mapfumo is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Zimbabwe. His music is inspired by real events including war, poverty and child abuse, enriched with messages encouraging peace, love and unity.His band has a vibrant stage presence, fusing traditional rhythms played on marimba and mbira with acoustic guitar and other read more
  • Sampa the Great

    Sampa The Great weaves lyrical mazes with her thought provoking verses, drawing listeners into a lush, imaginative world.Her music bonds from spoken-word to rap, with stops at psychedelic and blues along the way; it’s the sound of an adventurous young mind pushing against all boundaries.Sampa’s rise has been spectacular. After read more
  • Sholo Mwamba

    Singeli evolved from mchiriku, with Wazaramo coastal sounds, segere and bongo flava in the mix, to create an exciting and energetic electro style that is uniquely Tanzanian. Its rhythms are fast-paced, loopy and repetitive, with rapid-fire vocals articulating often humorous but pertinent stories over rolling, percussive beats. Singeli is not a read more
  • iamsiwas

    iamsiwas has DJ’d clubs and festivals in some of the world major music cities: London, Melbourne, Johannesburg, Accra, Dakar, Maputo, Nairobi and Zanzibar, moving effortlessly between the foundations of afrobeat, afro-jazz, reggae, soul and funk with contemporary cross-cultural dub, electronica, hip-hop, R&B, pop and afrobeats to keep the dance floor read more