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Imani Dancing Troupe aims include reviving and developing some of the many ngoma and dance styles from Zanzibar and Tanzania, and to promote them at an international level. As well as using ngoma (drums) in most of their performances, they also use other local instruments, including zumari (horn), violin, trumpet read more
Imena Cultural Troupe
Based in Kigali, Imena is a cultural association that has been performing Rwandan music, dance and culture for twenty years. Their show is spectacular and varied, ranging from powerful drumming to graceful dance, modern and expansive but firmly rooted in Rwandan traditions.
Imena’s main focus is youth, especially orphans read more
Consisting of nine artists, Jagwa Music are the leading exponents of the Mchiriku style, which originated 20 years ago in the poor suburbs of Dar es Salaam; when cheap Casio keyboards first became available.
Jagwa Music and their peers were immediately attracted by the Casio’s lo-fi sound, adopted read more
Juma Nature & TMK Wanaume Halisi
Juma Kassim Mohamed Kiroboto, aka Juma Nature, is one of East Africa's most talented and loved hiphop artists. His ability to play with words and creativity in composition and flowing "kighettoghetto" is something which most hiphop artists in the world fail to come close to. Nature is one of the read more
The Kilimanjaro Band was formed some thirty years ago in Tanga, a town on the Swahili coast of Tanzania. They began with the name The Love Bugs then performing mostly cover songs. The band later changed its name to The Revolutions and moved to Dar es Salaam where there was read more
Klear Kut is a five-member "hip hop" group consisting of Navio, Papito, Mith, JB and Langman aka Da Missing Link. The group was formed in August 2000. starting by performing at karaokes around Kampala. The group quickly gained a reputation for their original performances and soon caught the eye of read more