The Hipsters Don’t Dance "Top World Carnival Tunes" for May 2015.
New music videos from Tanzania, Senegal, South Africa, Cameroon, Mali, Congo, and Ghana, make up Weekend Music Break Number 66.
Your weekly dose of 10 new music videos. First up, from Kenya, Muthoni The Drummer Queen’s
This edition of Weekend Music Break, number 48, curated by journalist and rapper T'seliso Monaheng, stops over in Senegal, Lesotho, Ghana and South Africa.
Another week, another solid playlist of eclectic African sounds. Yo Chale, feeling fresh after a trip to
From Luanda: Dj Djeff has Nacobeta, Agre G & Game Walla doing their thing in the
Let’s start with two club tracks. It’s Friday after all. Above is a collaboration between Boddhi
Oh Ghana Black Stars! Again? Our time in the trophy-less wilderness just got a 3 year
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXZZor3Eo7s] No goals on Day 1, but they were flying in on Day 2! Great goals
Results of today’s parliamentary and presidential elections in Ghana are expected at the earliest by Sunday.
Hello! Boima here, and I’m back helping out with the Friday music break. A Haitian Rara
Tchobari duo shot the video for ‘Quem Mandou? (Me Nascer)’ in Catambor, Luanda “to show a
Another tune off the Tony Allen—Damon Albarn—Flea conglomerate project Rocket Juice & The Moon. “Follow-Fashion” plays
Big up @M.anifest for the new video (showcasing Accra’s transportation infrastructure), and congrats to the Black
New video from M.anifest H/T: Peter Rachleff
It is through popular culture that the initial connections with homeland and diaspora will begin to make an impact on the consciousness of younger generations of Africans.