Ghana-based Cameroonian chromatic xylophone virtuoso, Obase-Aboli Namolongo is a contemporary pan-African singer, songwriter, composer and entertainer brandishing his soothing traditional … More
Ben Tomoloju recently released no less than 100 songs of his own repertoire, built over a period of 40 years. … More
Freedom Park Lagos, the former colonial prison turned centre for creative expression, has announced the schedule of events to mark … More
King B-Fine and his Afrikaya band recently released ‘Zombie 2.0’, an Afrobeat composition that addresses police brutality in the US … More
The vibes from this song can be described as jazz with a funk twist garnished in Afrobeat, the outstanding horn sessions gives the song an exhilarating blast.
Lagos-based curator, Kennii Ekundayo will be joining 119 other international partners to participate in this year’s 41st edition. “Pandemic-Pandemonium!” is centred on the collective response of Africans living in Africa to some of the prevalent issues that threaten humankind — racial discrimination, violence against women and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not only has Burna Boy released this new album, it is accompanied by a comic on Youtube called “The Secret Flame” narrated by his grandfather, Benson Idonije, who managed iconic Afrobeat music pioneer Fela Kuti.
Over 25 events held during the seven days of the carnival
Photos invoke sadness, love, joy, the past are we trying to run away from, good times, great people and the annoying ones, anticipation, never forgetting lots and lots of dearly departed, making Photography a potpourri of emotions for us all, an emotion in my opinion sometimes worth pursuing.
Liberian award winning sensation, J Slught just released his new single, ‘Lorpu’ on all streaming platforms. ‘Lorpu’ (an endearing reference … More
Named ‘Album of the Month’ in February by the French-speaking Blues Radios Collective (CRB), Salone has enjoyed frequent airplay on radio shows in Europe, Australia, Canada and the USA.
The music video was popular on Nigerian television when Majek Fashek was at the zenith of his career in the early 1990s before the internet revolution. He effectively brought the Big Apple to Nigerians in a sing-along fashion that music fans adored, the video was widely popular.