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  • Mehdi Qamoum

    Mehdi Qamoum is a young artist who was born and raised in Agadir, Morocco. As he grew up, he embraced his family's traditional Gnawa music roots. He excelled in this field and formed his first music band at an early age. After hooking up with several well-known and highly skilled read more
  • Nawal & Les Femmes de la Lune

    Nawal originally comes from the Comoros Islands. Born into a family with many musicians, Nawal bathed in both popular and spiritual music from a young age. Now living in France, today she is recognised as being a key figure from her native islands: the ever rising star of Comoros. A singer/songwriter read more
  • Nazareth Choir

    Nazareth Choir is a choir of the Anglican Church, from Kurasini, Dar es Salaam.The choir started in 1973 with fifteen members, and presently the choir has 60 members.   More than providing both church and secular services, Nazareth Choir has been working together with "Tume ya Kuratidu na Kuzuia Dawa za Kulevya read more
  • Qasida Swiffat Nabawiyyatul

    This is a group composed of teachers and pupils of the Kilimani Madrasa (Islamic school), founded in 1997 in the Kiungani section of Zanzibar town. Qasida Swiffat Nabawiyyatul offers Holy Koran classes as well as qasida (religious music) to pupils ranging from age 4 to 30 and upwards.   Qasida is performed read more
  • Sowers Group

    The Sowers Group fuse East African gospel harmonies with contemporary grooves and traditional rhythms from DR Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Their first album, 70x7 was mixed and mastered in South Africa. Their more recent album, Cheza! (Dance!), was produced under Australia's Translator Records and is now available worldwide. The Sowers Group read more
  • Swifatui Abraar Group

    Swifatui Abraar Group have been going since 2007. The group was started by three young men, Hassan Kumbi, Hassan Ahmada and Mashaka Kumbi, and more recently has expanded to seven artists. Their main aims are to educate and entertain Muslims and non-Muslims alike by using qasida to promote positive images read more