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Artists: Year > 2014
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  • HAJAmadagascar and The Groovy People

    When HAJAmadagascar and his band turn up the heat, even the coolest audience melts after just a short time with a show that generates immense energy around its charismatic guitarist, singer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, and above all showman. "Our music reflects our being", he says. "We love our traditions, but read more
  • Hoko Roro

    Hoko Roro was formed by talented singer, songwriter and dancer, Samuel Hokororo, who was born in 1990 in Temeke District, Dar es Salaam. He started singing when he was at eight years old, at school, home and in the church choir. Samuel spent most of his time asking himself when his 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
  • Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate

    In the port city of Marseilles, home to many a nomadic soul, Joe Driscoll first met Sekou Kouyate. The two were paired up to collaborate at the French festival 'Nuit Metis' (Nights of Mixed Race), and though they shared no spoken common language, they encountered no obstacles communicating through read more
  • Joel Sebunjo

    Joel Sebunjo, Uganda's folk- world music sensation is one of the most exciting & innovative musiciansto come out of East Africa in the recent years. He started playing traditional Ugandan instruments at a very young age , quickly paving his way into the Kampala musical circuit as session artist with read more
  • Jupiter & Okwess International

    Jupiter Bokondji was born in Kinshasa 48 years ago, into a family of griots from the Mongo region. His grandmother, a renowned healer, introduced him to traditional rhythm and music including the famous Zebola from Ekonda (Mongo région of the equator), rhythms that are said to cure the sick. From read more