July 22



July 21

  • Tunisia: Tunisia Promotes Peace Through Song

    Magharebia

    Tunisia's popular Hammamet International Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year by promoting peace, religious tolerance and unity. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Bruce Melody Releases 'ntujy'uhinduka'

    New Times

    RWANDA's sensational Rn'b star Bruce Melody has released a new hit Ntujy'uhinduka. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Umoja - Zim Team Set to Shine

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The Zimbabwe contestants who will represent the nation at the Umoja Flying Carpet Cultural Exchange Programme (UFCCEP) started off with a show at the Zimbabwe College of Music on... Read more »

  • Kenya: Billions Lost to Pirating Music,Film

    The Star

    The government loses close to one billion shillings annually to pirated music and films. Copyright Board's Tom Mshindi says there is need for stringent laws as content piracy keeps... Read more »

  • Angola: Singer Gaby Moy Advocates Drafting of Statutes That Dignify Musicians

    ANGOP

    The Angolan singer Gaby Moy defended on Sunday, in Luanda, that the country needs to draft statutes that allow Angolan musicians to live with more dignity in the end of their... Read more »

  • Kenya: Bwana DNA On Grandpa Departure and Future

    The Star

    AFTER his surprise exit from Grandpa Records label last month, musician Dennis Kagia aka Bwana DNA is set to establish his own music stable. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Sumaye to Launch Muhando's Album

    Daily News

    FORMER Prime Minister Fredrick Sumaye is expected to be the chief guest at the launch of gospel singer Rose Muhando's new album titled 'Kamata Pindo la Yesu'. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gasa Lights Up Murehwa

    The Herald

    Sungura musician Romeo Gasa on Saturday brought life to Murehwa when he performed at Shades Night Club. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Liberation War Video Out

    The Herald

    The vibrant dancehall ensemble Final Warning has dropped a sizzling video ahead of the Heroes Day commemorations titled "Varwi Vehondo". Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bring Back Contract Musicians [opinion]

    The Herald

    From the 1950's to the 1970's, unemployment among musicians was not heard of as the majority of musicians were employed on "contracts" either in beerhalls or hotels where they... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Convicts Launch 10-Track Album

    The Herald

    Free Divine Choral Group on Saturday night serenaded a capella music lovers at the Anglican Cathedral Hall when they put up a top-notch act during the launch of their debut... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jah Prayzah Ignites Royco Festival

    The Herald

    Contemporary musician, Mukudzeyi "Jah Prayzah" Mukombe thrilled fans at the Royco Muriwo Festival that was held in Mbare over the weekend. Read more »



July 20



July 19

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Teen Gets UK Recording Contract

    The Herald

    A dream doesn't become reality through magic but it takes sweat, determination and hard work. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ice Prince - the Balance of Humility and Ambition [interview]

    This Day

    Panshak Henri Zamani, famously known as Ice Prince is one of most influential rappers in the Nigerian music industry today. The 27-year old has travelled through the rough and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: J Saints - Why I Am Into Gospel Music [interview]

    This Day

    Tell us a bit about your background? Read more »

  • Kenya: Cashmoney Records Signs Deal With Kenyan Label

    The Star

    Candy n Candy Records has obtained exclusive rights from American record label CashMoney AP to record, synchronise and distribute all the musical work of Atlanta-based Kenyan hip... Read more »

  • Nigeria: King Salvage Dedicates New Song to Fela

    This Day

    Onyeahialam Christopher Sunny, well known as King Salvage is set to drop his third album titled, Brutality. "This album contains 10 hit songs and the contents of the songs are all... Read more »

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