Tag Archives: Afro-Funk

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #519 – Metropolitan Maloya

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #519 – Metropolitan Maloya

Ti’Kaniki pursues its passion for maloya and its various evolutions on Douz, album of the week on Radio Mukambo. United by their common passion for maloya, the collective brings together musicians from Reunion Island and metropolitan France with diverse origins. This French Maloya fusion is only the start of one...
Podcast: Out Of Africa #10

Podcast: Out Of Africa #10

Out Of Africa – DJ Jota P accompanies us on an in-depth trip through world music and global beats from an African perspective!! This show kicks off with the beautiful voice of Sade Adu, we then go to Zap Mama and King Britt. We travel to Brazil with Jorge Ben...
Daily Discovery: Gabelo – Genou Sur Le Cou

Daily Discovery: Gabelo – Genou Sur Le Cou

Singer-songwriter, balafon player and percussionist Gabelo is a true Ambassador of Togolese music, who can boast a career spanning over 50 years. He’s currently based in Lyon, where he recently published his new single ‘Genou Sur Le Cou’. His songs are sung in Mina (a language spoken in the southeast...
Podcast: Out of Africa #9

Podcast: Out of Africa #9

Out Of Africa – An in-depth trip throughout world music and global beats from an African perspective!! This show is a close up for 2021, another difficult year, yet, with so many blessings and so many things to be grateful for. This show is dedicated to all the people in...
Mukambo Mixtape – Let’s Felabrate 2021

Mukambo Mixtape – Let’s Felabrate 2021

For the second year in a row, Mukambo and NYP Records teamed up to prove the global afrobeat scene is more alive than ever. Mukambo compiled 21 bands from the four corners of the earth, bringing their own blend of afrobeat to pay tribute to the Black President Fela Kuti...
Podcast: Out Of Africa #8

Podcast: Out Of Africa #8

This show is dedicated to the Angolan Independence Day, commemorated on the 11th of November of 1975, dedicated as well to its people and marvellous country. The show kicks off with Bonga and its wonderful voice, music’s extracted from his debut albums, Angola 72 and Angola 74, then we travel...