0 minutes Less than a minute read March 22, 2011 Music Break We like Dakar-based rapper Awadi around here. Now he’s teamed up with Tunisian artist Samy Dorbez to bring us “Dégage” (Leave), a warning to all those that refuse to relinquish power (many….. Read More 3 minutes read March 21, 2011 Will the 'Real Africa' Please Stand Up? Karen Rothmyer writing in this month’s Columbia Journalism Review on why NGOs prefer bad news when it comes to Africa: Read More 1 minute read March 17, 2011 What's Kenya Got To Do With It? That was our second question. Our first was, “What is this?” The answer to the latter is Music for RAIN (Replenish Africa Initiative), a Coca Cola-backed project described as the….. Read More 2 minutes read February 10, 2011 Tit for Tat What happens when journalists attack? To find out, look no further than the pages of this month’s “Columbia Journalism Review.” The story begins with “One Man’s Rwanda,” Tristan McConnell’s feature on….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read December 9, 2010 Music Break Among artists that need no introduction are The Noisettes, and their lead singer Shingai Shoniwa. Here they cover Miriam Makeba’s “Kilimanjaro,” then segue into their own “Never Forget You.” Bonus:….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read December 3, 2010 Music Break Earlier this year, Belgian-Rwandan singer Stromae spent several weeks at number one across various countries in Europe with “Alors On Danse.” I can see why. Below the jump, Stromae gets….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read December 2, 2010 Music Break Zambia’s JK may now be a part of African supergroup One8 but on his own, he’s not bad. “Kapiripiri” is as catchy as they come. Read More ← Older posts ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.