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  • Mafunzo Ngoma

    Mafunzo Ngoma Cultural Group was formed in 1987 by 25 members. The group started by performing dance, choir and drama until late in 1988 when they also started including acrobatics as part of the show.   Registered under Arts Council of Zanzibar (BASAZA), Mafunzo group performs regularly during campaigns and rallies, national 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 with artists such as read more
  • Majestad Negra

    Majestad Negra is a musical group that promotes afrorican music called BOMBA.   Bomba music comes from our African heritage and it is composed of a combination of different rhythms. It’s a dance were the drum player and the dancer communicate through the steps and it’s like expressing messages to the read more
  • Makadem

    Makadem, aka the Ohangla Man is one of Kenya’s most talented performing artists. He has successfully fused different genres of music from Kenya, Africa and the world with his native Luo benga music. Makadem’s humorous and witty lyrics address deep socio-economic struggles in modern day Kenya. His command on stage, read more
  • Malick Pathé Sow

    Malick Pathé Sow comes from a large family of laawbe (like griots) and has been brought up with the music of the Peul, nomadic people from the north of Senegal. Following loyal service as one of Baaba Maal's main musicians, he embarked on a solo career after he arrived in read more
  • Malouma

    In 1998, with her first album Desert of Eden, the world had the chance to discover in Malouma a talented artist, composer and interpreter, with an extraordinary voice. Her music blends both traditional and modern sounds of Mauritania, where she melds western styles to the Moorish music of the Sahara read more