September 16

  • Angola: Musicians Ismael Ló, Ary, B4 and Chelsy Shantel Cause Full House Show

    ANGOP

    The Senegalese musician Ismael Ló and the Angolans B4, Ary and Chelsy Shantel last Monday caused the Atlântico Cinema, in Luanda, to be completely full, with a show... Read more »

  • Angola: Renowned Angolan Musicians At Fenacult2014 Closing

    ANGOP

    Angolan old generation musicians Bonga and Waldemar Bastors will come together with younger fellow singers Yuri da Cunha, Paulo Flores, Yannick Afromam, Puto Português and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Itai Sandras Launches Album in Style

    The Herald

    It was dreams come true for upcoming gospel musician, Itai Sandras when he launched his second album "Pazuva Guru" at the weekend at Africa Unit Square.The move was meant to endear... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Charambas Rock Australia

    The Herald

    Pastor Charles and Olivia Charamba lived up to their "First Gospel Family" reputation when they held three successful concerts in Australia early this month.The talented gospel... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Afrika Revenge Reunites for Zima

    The Herald

    Award winning duo of Willis "Afrika" Kachambwa and Mehluli "Taz" Moyo who make up the group Afrika Revenge are set to reunite this year with a special performance on October 3 at... Read more »

  • Rwanda: New Music Talent Show Starts This Month

    New Times

    The inaugural season of Rise Up Talent Artiste Project Superstar 2014, (RUTA) competition will begin on September 26. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Limitations of Spiritually-Themed Music

    The Herald

    The spiritual implications of music are prone to provoke debate in our day than any other stage of Christian history. On one hand, the line between gospel and secular entertainment... Read more »



September 15

  • Uganda: Why Gospel Music Takes Backseat

    Observer

    We have had singers Judith Babirye and Pastor Wilson Bugembe revolutionalise the gospel music industry - with the latter holding a concert almost every year. Then came in the... Read more »

  • Gambia: Song Launched to Stir Up 'Gambia Ebola-Free' Campaign

    Daily Observer

    The U.S Embassy in Banjul in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and World Health Organisation (WH0) Thursday launched an Ebola song as part of efforts to reinforce public... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancehall Slackness Unaceptable [column]

    The Herald

    In my last discussion with the late Thomas Deve some three weeks ago, he asked me to write about slackness in dancehall music and he accused Jamaican Yellowman for introducing that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Makandiwa to Honour 40 Musicians

    The Herald

    The United Family International Church founder Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa will honour 40 local gospel musicians for their positive contribution in the music industry on September... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jamaica's Kalado Humiliated

    The Herald

    Zim dancehall sensation Tocky Vibes proved his mettle over the weekend when he saved Kalado from humiliation after missiles rained on stage during the Jamaican's performance.Kalado... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tryson, Peter Thrill Budiriro

    The Herald

    Dendera musician Tryson Chimbetu and Peter Moyo on Friday thrilled revellers at Newlife Night Club in Budiriro. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Double Trouble - P-Square Hails Fans

    Vanguard

    The award-winning Nigerian pop duo, Peter and Paul Okoye, are counting their blessings after dropping their sixth studio album titled, 'Double Trouble' on Friday, 12th September,... Read more »



September 14

  • Ethiopia: Lax Copyright Laws Crippling Musicians

    Addis Fortune

    Yosef Gebre, aka Jossy In Z House, has been working on his new album entitled 'Meche New' - literally translated as 'When is it?' for six years. His album was supposed to be... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tuku's Dismay At Ex-Staffer's Book Betrayal

    New Zimbabwe

    SUPERSTAR Oliver Mtukudzi has expressed his dismay over the biography 'Tuku Backstage' written by journalist and former Tuku Music staffer Shepherd Mutamba. Mtukudzi denies... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tuku's Dismay At Ex-Staffer's Book Betrayal

    New Zimbabwe

    SUPERSTAR Oliver Mtukudzi has expressed his dismay over the biography 'Tuku Backstage' written by journalist and former Tuku Music staffer Shepherd Mutamba. Mtukudzi denies... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Making of Tuku Backstage

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Tuku Backstage, to be published before the end of the year, cross pollinates several genres; biography, criticism and photography steeped in the music and life of Oliver Mtukudzi,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Mtukudzi Disowns Daughter'

    Zimbabwe Standard

    An upcoming book revealing sensational secrets of Zimbabwe's international music legend Oliver Mtukudzi sheds light on the musician's strained relationship with his daughter,... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Ngabo Overcame Disability and Child Refugee Life to Build Music Career

    New Times

    The saying that 'disability is not inability' perfectly fits Ngabo Michael's profile. Read more »

  • Uganda: Coke Studio Is Inspiring

    EA Business

    Uganda's representative in the inaugural Coke Studio, Joel Sebujo, has described the experience of sharing the same musical platform with some of Africa's singing greats as a... Read more »



September 13

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