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  • Ferooz & Daz Nundaz

    Ferooz Mrisho is a leading member of Daz Nundaz, the legendary Dar es Salaam based bongo flava group formed in the mid-nineties by five members, Ferooz, Daz Baba, Critic, La Rumba, and Sajo.   After a series of talent show performances and other local concerts, DJ Ibra, a brother of the trio read more
  • Fid Q

    Fareed Kubanda, aka Fid Q is arguably Tanzania’s most prolific hiphop artist. His social awareness and political insightfulness coupled with profound lyrical prowess has propelled him to the upper echelons of the Rap Elite.   Fid Q has released two award-winning albums in Tanzania. He is currently finalising a third album titled Kitaaolojia. read more
  • FM Academia

    FM Academia is one of Tanzania’s best loved bands, more commonly known as Wazee wa Ngwasuma (or elders of their unique Ngwasuma style). They are specialists in Tanzanian rumba or muziki wa dansi that moves crowds like no other sound across the country.   Established in 1997 under the name of FM read more
  • FRA!

    The FRA! band is a group of young people from different backgrounds in Accra, Ghana, who are all united by one language; the language of music. The name “Fra" comes from the Akan word which means "mix" and this is an analogous representation of their music. Their sounds hinge on read more
  • Fredy Massamba

    All singing, all dancing, hiphop-ing bottle player Freddy Massamba returns to Zanzibar with his own line-up. Deeply grounded in his Central African roots, his music is a smooth blend of soul, hiphop and funk. Having enjoyed an 11 year career in Europe he has accompanied a varied array of prolific read more
  • Fresh Jumbe & African Express

    Fresh Jumbe is a Tanzanian singer-songwriter who lives in Tokyo and rocks Japan and Asia with his own style of music, a mix of Tanzanian rumba, rock and mduara. Born in Tanga, on the coast of mainland Tanzania, he started singing with his friends when he was only six years read more