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  • Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka

    [[[Samm Farai Monro, better known as Comrade Fatso, is one of Zimbabwe's most popular and controversial poets. He performs Toyi Toyi Poetry, radical street poetry that mixes Shona with English and mbira with hip hop. It's an art form that is an uprising against the bloody ZANU (PF) regime. If Robert read more
  • Djam

    Ahmed Djamil Ghouli aka DJAM is a charismatic and energetic singer-songwriter and performer from Algiers. In 2004, whilst studying at university, he started improvising Gnawa standards and creating original compositions. Enthusiastic responses gave him the motivation to create the Djmawi Africa band. Their first album “Mama” (2007) was highly acclaimed, read more
  • Djmawi Africa

    The birth of Djmawi Africa happened at a student concert at the INC Algiers in December 2004. On that fateful day Jamil, who never leaves his guitar, was spontaneously invited to perform on stage. He was joined by Fethi on violin, Zouhir on derbouka, Abdou on electric guitar and goumbri, read more
  • El Dey

    Born in Algiers in 2009, the El Dey band fuses diwane music with popular chaabi  styles, flamenco and jazz.  Their charisma and energy on stage is guaranteed to have everyone dancing. El Dey’s songs and compositions resonate powerfully with a new and youthful generation in Algeria, conveying messages of hope in their music that read more
  • Evon

    Evon is a soul, blues and jazz singer-songwriter who has spent more than ten years in the Ugandan underground music scene. Over these years, she has crafted her own style of combining soft, soulful and playful lyricism and blues with other local styles. Her musical influences include Nina Simone, Billie read more
  • Jhikoman

    Jhikoman is the best known Tanzanian reggae artist. His lyrics in English and Kiswahili and unique singing style have been touching people since 1994. For Jhiko music presents an opportunity to raise awareness about social oppression and justice. It also provides a medium for communicating messages of peace, love and read more