Tracing the music, from 1978 to the 2000s, that defined the rule of former Kenyan president Daniel Torotich Arap Moi.
Ibrahim was drawn to Islam and the Black Power movement. The latter, especially, was liberating with its expansive definition of blackness that included coloureds like him.
Music Break! Welcome to your weekend. This week we have a bit of shameless self promotion,
This time no theme, just another Music Break for your weekend! Weekend Music Break No.108 1)
Paris, even though I’ve never lived there, has perhaps been more important in my formation as a
Weekend Music Break is back to our regularly scheduled programming. Just a playlist of ten great songs and
For this weekend’s music break, we’ll have a second edition of “Songs from banned countries.” This
We’re returning to the older format of Weekend Music Break (a series of embeds rather than
This selection of smooth Afropop illustrates Delasi's transnational vision for contemporary African art and music.
“… The stakes are very high: literally, survival of organized human society in any decent form,”
It’s the last music break of the year, and we leave 2016 with the 101st edition.
Music Break number 100 is here!!! Let’s celebrate the occasion with a playlist of classic African
After a bit of a vacation, our end of the week round up of 10 videos
Blood Orange and Sampha are two London-raised artists with Sierra Leonean roots, currently making waves on both sides of the Atlantic.
Here’s another Music Break to soundtrack your weekend! This round up is the “other countries” edition with
Back to our regularly scheduled music break for your weekend! Sometimes we have to remind ourselves
Fresh of a trip to the UK and Germany, with stops in Afro-European strongholds of London and
A break from the routine of the work week, a weekend music break for you all to
Welcome back to our Music Break, after it took a bit of a break itself. Enjoy this
It’s time again for another Weekend Music Break with Africa is a Country! Enjoy this round of