Can’t say much about this one right here, all I know that it is something to look out for. Coming soon!!
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One of the biggest voices from Nigeria is a California born, Nigeria raised singer-songwriter named Ibiyemi. Her artistic achievements include singing at the 2007 presidential inauguration ceremony and entertaining guests at various foreign missions in Nigeria. Ibiyemi’s inspiration is drawn from the likes of Mary J Blige, Lauryn Hill,...
The annual Red Bull Music Academy brings together some of the most interesting music veterans and young talents in one space. In 2003, the RBMA took place in Cape Town, SA and two members of legendary South African hip hop group Prophets of da City (first album released in...
In the space of two weeks, Mokobe released two new music videos: ‘Beyonce Coulibaly’ and ‘Phenomenal’. The French-Malian artist must have been planning his vacation while making sure that those left behind have some entertainment on their hands (in reality, Mokobe has been touring in the past weeks, no...
A promo made for MTV2 which features Blitz the ambassador and St@tic. The theme for Blitz’s album is St@tic, a man dressed up in a black suit with a boombox as a head, holding a gun to the boombox which represents his frustration with the state of music and life...
The latest video by Ugandan hip hop duo Sylvester & Abramz: ‘Kyendi kyendi ‘ (I am who I am) continues on the path of their hit single ‘Lemerako’.
In Dakar (Senegal), Docta and his Doxandem Squad are at the center of a project utilizing mural arts as a way to inform people about health issues. Watch this short video that they made themselves about the initiative.
The Nigerian Dream Team of Ca$hino and Dblack team up with Chiido on this brand new video. The track itself is a free download at www.reverbnation.com/ChiiDo
Regime Change (NYC/Haiti), Negus World Order (Haiti/France), Saba Saba (Uganda), Narcy (Iraq), and Dola from (Tanzania). Directed by 3rdi.
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