November 02

  • Malawi: Theo Thomson Music Video On MTV Base

    Malawi News Agency

    Malawi music industry had a sigh of relief when a locally produced music video was shown on the world's biggest American television station, Music Television Base (MTVBase). Read more »



October 30

  • Rwanda: Hotshots Updates - Hotshots Talk About Music Promoters

    New Times

    South African housemate Nhlanhla, whose romance with the beautiful Sheillah from Botswana seem to be on the rocks, following this week's nominations, is trying to calm his life... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Selmor, Tryson to Honour Chimombe

    The Herald

    Afro jazz singer Selmor Mtukudzi and dendera musician Tryson Chimbetu will headline the inaugural James Chimombe commemoration gig slated for this Saturday at the Hilltop Bar in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Soldier Does It Again

    The Herald

    South Africa-based dancehall star Buffalo Soldier has scored big with his 12th nomination at the upcoming Channel O Music Video awards scheduled for November 29. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Young Chanter Combines R'n'b and Dancehall

    The Herald

    Upcoming artiste Gee Brandon - real name Brandon Guzha is amongst a new breed of Zim dancehall artistes that are out to promote positivity in the genre through use of clean lyrics... Read more »

  • Seychelles: Seychellois Music Available Online - 'Kreol Wave' A New Website to Sell Music From Seychelles

    Seychelles News Agency

    Music produced by Seychellois musicians will be available to a much wider market soon following the launch of a new website called 'Kreol Wave', where Seychellois artists will be... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Willom, Dino On Reunion Path

    The Herald

    It is barely a month after music lovers embraced the comeback of one of the most talented musical duos, Afrika Revenge, and the country is also likely to witness another reunion of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Soul Jah Love Fires Warning Shots

    The Herald

    Zim dancehall act Soul Jah Love says he will use Sting 2014 battle contest slated for the City Sports Centre on November 8 to prove that he is lyrically more gifted than Seh Calaz. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Will Afrika Revenge Reclaim Glory?

    The Herald

    The reunion of Afrika Revenge has brought the duo back on the local music map with a bang. Their new songs are already dominating the airwaves and fans have been attending their... Read more »



October 29

  • South Africa: Lover of Killed Bafana Captain 'Not Welcome' at Funeral

    SAPA

    Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa's family has barred his girlfriend and mother of his child, Kelly Khumalo, from attending his funeral in Durban, The New Age reported on... Read more »

  • South Africa: A Dookoom Stir - Larney Jou Poes [analysis]

    The Journalist

    Finally South African hip hop is spurring national debate, and it's not Die Antwoord. No it is Dookoom, the new Cape Town hip hop outfit fronted by local legend Isaac Mutant, that... Read more »

  • South Africa: Zhakata Tours South Africa

    The Herald

    After staging a successful show with sungura godfather Nicholas Zakaria last Saturday, Leonard Zhakata is set to perform in Western Cape again at a family show this weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Trevor Ventures Into Dancehall Music

    The Herald

    It seems urban grooves musician Trevor Dongo has failed to resist the pressure that has come with the introduction of fast moving Zim dancehall genre and has featured on the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Big Day Is Here!

    The Herald

    All roads lead to the Harare International Conference Centre as the Zimbabwe Music Awards tonight make a return after taking a seven-year break. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fans 'Disappointed' With Zango Over Sabon Salo Volume 2

    Premium Times

    Kannywood multi-talented star Adam Zango recently released the Volume 2 of hit 2013 album, Sabon Salo, Volume 1. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Kwam 1, Tuface, Lagbaja Set for Concert on Nov 21

    Premium Times

    Come November 21, music legend, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall (K 1 The Ultimate) will hit the stage of Eko hotel and suites in Lagos for a star-studded multi-genre music concert,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: All Africa Music Awards Launches 'AFRIMA Mobile App'

    Leadership

    In a bid to provide first hand information to African music lovers and enthusiasts, All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) on Friday, October 24, launched its mobile application tagged... Read more »

  • Angola: Cunene to Host Angolan Folk Music Festival On November 6

    ANGOP

    The city of Ondjiva, capital of the southern Cunene province, will host on 6 November this year the 22nd edition of the Angolan National Folk Music Festival dubbed "Variante2014". Read more »

  • Namibia: DJ Tie-Tie Turns Hobby Into Means of Livelihood [analysis]

    New Era

    When I first heard of Titus Shikolele better known as Tie-Tie, the 19- year- old who has won himself admirers and followers by being a DJ, I was very much impressed with this young... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Patai Postpones Album Release

    The Herald

    Ephraim Patai has pushed forward the release date of his comeback album to end of the year. This, he said, was meant to give ample time for the mastering of the album and to put in... Read more »

  • Kenya: Talib Kweli Thrills in Nairobi

    The Star

    HIP-HOP fans were on Thursday treated to a night of fun as American recording and performing artiste Talib Kweli rocked Nairobians at Ebony Lounge, Westlands. Read more »

  • Kenya: Airtel Trace Music Star Heads to Campuses

    The Star

    Airtel Trace Music Star universities activation contest has entered its second week. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Macheso Refutes Reconciliation Claims

    The Herald

    Sungura ace Alick Macheso has dismissed rumour that he and former second wife Fortunate "Tafadzwa" Mapako have kissed and made up. The two broke up bitterly as each party made... Read more »



October 28

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