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Grace Matata is a Kilimanjaro Music Awards nominee and afro-soul singer/songwriter from Tanzania. She describes her music as “a unique blend of Swahili soul, RnB and jazz with a special touch of poetry and light, heartwarming melodies”.
Grace has garnered a considerable and loyal fan base since dropping read more
Inganzo Ngari is a traditional Rwandan dance troupe that was created in 2006 to promote the Rwandan folkloric dance among youth, and their welfare through art and culture. Inganzo Ngari officially reigns as the best of the existing troupes, as certified by various competitions and evaluation by competent bodies.
Inganzo has built read more
Isack Abeneko is a contemporary live performer, actor, dancer, guitarist and choreographer. His music is derived from various Tanzanian traditional dances, melodies and rhythms, blended with contemporary dance music to illuminate and inspire the next generation.
Abeneko delivers social messages, with a patriotism that is not read more
Kidum & the Boda Boda Band
'Kidum' is the name given to a 20-litre jerry can in Kirundi, the official language spoken in Burundi. His mother gave him that nickname due to his chubbiness as a child. Ironically, Kidum (whose ‘real’ name is Jean-Pierre Nimbona) taught himself to play the drums by practicing on read more
Maia & the Big Sky
Maia & The Big Sky experiment with coastal polyrhythms, mixing these with funk, reggae, jazz and folk, creating a familiarity and warmth that transcends continents. Maia von Lekow’s lyrics in both English and Kiswahili touch on power, love, politics and the strength of women.
Maia has shared stages read more