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  • Stone Town Rockerz

    Founded in 2017 by alumni of the Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA), Stone Town Rockerz blend blues, afrobeat and spiritual reggae vibes with local Tanzanian languages, flavours and spice. Inspired by Remmy Ongala, Siti bint Saad, Bi Kidude, Miriam Makeba, Fela Kuti, B.B. King, Bob Marley and Ali Farka Toure, the read more
  • Street Rat and Body Mind & Soul

    Body Mind & Soul is a seven piece band based in Mzuzu, North of Malawi. The band is led by Davie Luhanga, commonly known as Street Rat. It started in the year 2005, as Souls of the Ghetto, playing Reggae music. We won several local awards such as Kuche Kuche read more
  • Sukiafrica Sukiyaki Allstars

    Three rising stars from Africa and three leaders of Asian music-renewal merge their creativity into a unique performance; singing, dancing and forging a new musical relationship between these two continents. The idea to create a new artistic collaboration between artists from Africa [[[(Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Togo) ]]]and Asia [[[(Korea, Japan) ]]]was read more
  • Super Maya Baikoko

    Baikoko has recently become one of the most favoured night entertainments around Dar es Salaam. Baikoko groups play in roadside bars, at weddings or as an added attraction for ‘modern taarab’ nights. The young man who started this recent craze is Juma Hussein, also known as “Maya”. Baikoko originated in the read more
  • Super Mazembe

    Of all the bands that immigrated to East Africa, Super Mazembe has stood the test of time.   Super Mazembe started in 1969 in Likasi, near Lubumbashi, DRC as Super Vox. On tour in neighbouring Zambia during 1970, the band met Nashil Pichen Kazembe, a diehard supporter of one of Zaire’s top read more
  • Suzan Kerunen

    Suzan Kerunen, popularly known as the Alur Queen, is a contemporary singer-songwriter from Uganda.Her sound is inspired by a mix of Njige, Agwara and Ndara drums, from her native homeland in northern Uganda, whilst she sings in Alur-Jonam (her mother tongue) as well as Kiswahili, English and other languages.Suzan Kerunen read more