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Atlanta-based Nigerian songwriter and producer Kelvin Boj just shared a brand-new single extracted from his 2020’s debut album Man on a Mission. ‘Big Boy No Dey Make Noise’ is a tune combining Western Africa afrobeats vibes with Southern Africa amapiano beats and housey atmospheres. Find out more here: https://soundcloud.com/kelvinboj/kelvin-boj-big-boy-no-dey-make-noise
Check out the brand-new video by Muyo, a Brussels-based singer/songwriter and producer who blends West African rhythmics with rarefied electro-pop arrangements and dancy vibes. Titled ‘L’Eau’ (Water) the tune is “inspired by the element and the ancestral memories it can evoke” You can find more info here: https://linktr.ee/muyoworld
Check out the pan-Middle-Eastern collaboration by Saudi Arabian hip-hop artists Big Hass, Egyptian DJ and producer Mar1 and Lebanese electro-pop musician Ss.hh.a.n.a. Together, they gave life to “Dance 4 Me”, a dancy tune which moves on contemporary R&B atmospheres and hip-hop beats.
Have a listen to ‘Validé’, the brand new single by Beninese musician Dibiblack. Despite Romaric Houngue (his real name) is currently living in Brussels, his sound is still deeply rooted in the Western Africa tradition. So much so, in ‘Validé’, he presents a mix of Afro-pop, R&B, dance and traditional sounds.
Colombian DJ and promoter Bushbby joined forces with Swuni, one half of London-based global beats duo Village Cuts, to release a new version of their single ‘Agua Viva’ featuring Peruvian multi-instrumentalist Kantiqena and remixed by global bass combo Carthnage. “The original track illustrates the wonders of nature through Bushbby’s...
“SOKÉ WO” is the new single by Togolese artist Dogo. The song is based on Akpesse-Bobobo rhythm played by Ewe people in the Region des Plateaux in Togo. “The dance has its roots from Wusuta and in the ‘Highlife’ popular music across West African countries and is generally performed...
Every month, we bring you a collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist: