October 25

October 24

  • Rwanda: Tony in Collabo With MC Tino

    New Times

    Lillian Umutoni, musically known as Tony plans to do collabos with Martin Kasirye, aka MC Tino. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Jay Polly Releases 'Malaika' Video

    New Times

    Hip-hop singer Jay Polly has gone back to the drawing board, just a few months after winning the 2014 Primus Guma Guma Superstar singing competition. The rapper has just released... Read more »

  • Gambia: Gee Set to Launch 'Situation' Album

    Daily Observer

    As preparation intensifies ahead of his 'Situation' album launching, the Gambia's renowned rapper Gee, on Monday briefed journalists about the modalities and preparations ahead of... Read more »

  • Gambia: T Smallz on New International EP's

    Daily Observer

    One of Gambia's finest stars-T Smallz has finished recording two EP during his 2014 Europe tour. He is undoubtedly one of the stars making headlines these days, after successfully... Read more »

  • Gambia: Legends - the Magnificient Ali Harb [opinion]

    Daily Observer

    Albert Harb was a Gambian, commonly known as Ali and he is one of the few classical artists who has mastered the saxophone, the flute vocals and rhythm pattern of the Fula Afro... Read more »

  • Gambia: Jizzle Releases New Single

    Daily Observer

    One of the Gambia's youngest kid in the bloc-Jizzle has just dropped a new single. Also known as the lyrical kiddo, the astonishing star is an asset to watch out in the coming... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jah Prayzah's Star Continues to Shine

    The Herald

    Jah Prayzah's four nominations in Zimbabwe Music Awards are just a tip of the musician's achievements in the music industry. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Local Artistes Show the Way

    The Herald

    Events in the arts industry for the past two weeks were very interesting for the Buy Zimbabwe cause. Delta Beverages held the now annual Lion Larger festival, where, as has become... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Afrika Revenge, Sulu in Joint Show

    The Herald

    Sungura will meet Afro-jazz tonight at the Book Cafe as the award winning duo, Afrika Revenge and dendera king Suluman Chimbetu will share the stage for the first time after almost... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Willom, Gary Headline Summer Jazz Fest

    The Herald

    It is going to be a father and son affair tonight at the City Sports bar as veteran musician Willom Tight is set to share the stage with his uprising Afro-jazz son Gary Tight. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: James Chimombe Commemoration Gig On Cards

    The Herald

    Commemorating lives of fallen musicians is now part of Zimbabwe's entertainment scene as evidenced by gigs held in honour of late musicians such as Leonard Dembo, Tongai Moyo and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Party Time

    The Herald

    The wait is over! The much-awaited two-day Sunset October Beer Festival begins today at Sunset Arena. The stage has been set, exhibitors have erected their stands and artistes are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Young Igwe, Moyana Head for Epworth

    The Herald

    Sungura musician Peter Moyo will share the stage with controversial lyricist Jacob Moyana at Zimunhu Bar in Epworth tonight. Young Igwe, as Peter is popularly known, managed to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mixed Bag of Performers At Mecuf

    The Herald

    Mawungira eNharira, Rute Mbangwa, Willis Wataffi and Seh Calaz are some of the big names expected to perform at Mashonaland East Cultural Festival scheduled for Murehwa Arts Centre... Read more »

October 23

  • Uganda: Kampala Hosts International Rappers


    This weekend Uganda's hip hop community is hosting what could be the biggest event ever. Read more »

  • Kenya: Glitz, Glamour and Sideshows At MCSK Awards Gala

    The Star

    The Music Copyright Society of Kenya Awards went down over the Mashujaa weekend but not without it's own sideshows. Gospel singer Ringtone kept his promise and picketed at the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Oritsefemi Moves Into Multi-Million Naira Lekki House

    Daily Independent

    For Double Wahala singer, Oritshefemi Majemite who recently signed a multimillion Naira management deal with an Abuja-based management company, the reward for hard work is not just... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ronke Oshodi Oke Veers Into Music

    Daily Independent

    Yoruba actress, Ronke Oshodi-Oke who recently joined actors who tried their luck in music is leaving no stone unturned to make her music album launch a success. The actress went... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: UFIC Choir's Rise to Stardom

    The Herald

    Sensational choral group, United Family International Church (UFIC) Choir is among the groups that have risen to stardom over a short space of time. The huge choir that is made up... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: First Farai Loses Equipment

    The Herald

    Local company Hard Sounds last week repossessed its equipment from musician First Farai after he failed to pay instalments for the PA system. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tryson Losing the Plot

    The Herald

    Last weekend Tryson Chimbetu short changed his fans when he failed to turn up for a show at Junction 24. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigerian Girl, 13, Set to Release Debut Music Album


    A 13-year-old Nigerian girl, Soaleze, is due to release her first music album titled "The Fifth Horseman", according to her Manager, Dili Biosah. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Popular Divas in Collabo

    The Herald

    Four popular local female musicians are next month set to release a single which promises to be an artistically explosive collaboration. Read more »

  • Namibia: Musician Praises Geingob in Song

    New Era

    A Mpungu Vlei-born virsually impaired musician Paulus Mbimbi has released a musical album heaping praise on the Swapo presidential candidate Dr Hage Geingob. Read more »

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