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Artists: Genre > hiphop
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  • 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
  • TY

    TY is one ofUK black music's true innovators. He's been making music and pushing boundaries for more than ten years. With three albums, a Mercury Music nomination and countless guest appearances under his belt with the likes of Tony Allen, De La Soul, Damon Albarn, Terri Walker, Scratch Perverts, Afro read more
  • Ukoo Flani Maumau

    Kilio Cha Haki (A Cry for Justice) was recorded in 2004 and has already achieved the status of African hiphop classic. The album was produced in a month in a temporary makeshift studio in a flat in the slums by 37 Kenyan rappers from the Eastlands ghettos of Nairobi with read more
  • Wagosi Wa Kaya

    This Tanga - based group has at its core the two artists Frederick Mariki aka Mkoloni and John Simba aka Dr John. Wagosi wa Kaya comes from the Sambaa language, meaning home boys. They joined together to form the group in 1996 and started to perform in concerts around Tanga read more
  • Wakazi

    Wakazi is a rap artist from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, aka “The Bilingual Beast". His music career evolved from a young child spouting rhymes on the streets of Dar, to becoming a lyrical giant who sees nothing other than work ethic and dedication as the keys to his success.   After years of read more