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  • Onipa

    ONIPA means ‘human’ in Akan, the ancient language of the Ashanti people of Ghana. It’s a message of connection through collaboration: from Ghana to London, our ancestors to our children, Onipa brings energy, groove, electronics, afrofuturism, dance and fire! Born out of deep collaboration between longtime friends KOG (Kweku of Ghana read more
  • OY

    OY, initially a solo act, has become a duo made up of Joy Frempong (voc, electr.) and Lleluja-Ha (dr, arr, prod). Joy Frempong, the half Ghanaian and half Swiss multi versed vocalist is definitely one of a rare breed - at home in the left-of-center sound but gifted with a read more
  • Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band

    Pat Thomas is a Ghanaian vocalist and songwriter famed for his work in the highlife bands of Ebo Taylor and his own recordings of Afrobeat and Afro-pop. Born in Agona, in the Ashanti Region, Thomas had music almost literally in his DNA: his father was a music theory instructor and his read more
  • Rocky Dawuni

    Rocky Dawuni is a Ghanaian musician and activist, straddling the boundaries between Africa, the Caribbean and USA to create an appealing sound that unites generations and cultures. A galvanizing performer, Dawuni has shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Bono, Jason Mraz, Janelle Monae and John Legend, among many read more
  • Sika Kokoo

    Deriving its name from the abundance of gold in their native country Ghana, as well as the yellow colour in its flag, the phenomenal Sika Kokoo band includes eight musicians who play trumpet, trombone, drums, percussion, guitars and keyboards. Their unique approach and interpretation of Ghanaian folklore, vintage funk and afrobeats read more
  • The Shrine Synchrosystem

    Inspired by Fela Anikulapo Kuti's Lagos club, The Shrine, and the rebirth of Afrobeat brought about by Fela's untimely death in 1997, the Shrine DJ Posse have been lobbing their lightning bolt of Afrosubversion into London nightlife for many years and their Rebel Music mission continues.   The Afrocentric Roots 'n' Digital read more