Tag Archives: Ghana

Daily Discovery: ESINAM — DEEP IN MY SOUL (Twilights Live Session)

Daily Discovery: ESINAM — DEEP IN MY SOUL (Twilights Live Session)

  Tomorrow evening, Belgian-Ghanaian singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Esinam will pay a visit to Rich Mix London to present her brand-new album Shapes in Twilights of Infinity, out on W.E.R.F. Records. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy her refined Afrofuturist electro-soul.   Support by the collaborative electro-jazz project Nikitch & Kuna...
Interview: Q&A with ESINAM – New Dawns (September 2021)

Interview: Q&A with ESINAM – New Dawns (September 2021)

Since 2017, we have been lucky to have the opportunity to write about and shine a light on Esinam’s music career following it step-by-step and release-after-release. We started with her very first single (Electric Lady, in partnership with Belgian-Congolese imaginative musician and producer Ibaaku), followed a year later by her...
Daily Discovery: M3nsa – Forward

Daily Discovery: M3nsa – Forward

Check out the new single by Accra-based singer/songwriter and MC M3nsa.   Talking about the track, the hiplife and Afro-fusion artist explained, “the lyrics for the verses was just me looking for a mantra that allows me to continue ‘going’ when I feel I’ve got nothing else to offer and...
Your Ticket to… 2020 (in 20+1 Albums)

Your Ticket to… 2020 (in 20+1 Albums)

Hard to believe that such a dire and dramatic year could inspire such an abundance of remarkable albums. Or maybe, on the contrary, the multitude of emotions sparked by the pandemic and our new life’s circumstances might have been the main reasons why musicians were able to write, record and...
Preview: Osibisa @ The Jazz Cafe (London; Wednesday 30th September 2020)

Preview: Osibisa @ The Jazz Cafe (London; Wednesday 30th September 2020)

After months and months of “virtual” events, we are more than thrilled to finally restart writing about a “physical” one featuring a good and proper institution of the UK scene celebrating its 50th anniversary. Since the mid-50’s, Teddy Osei has spread the Ghanaian highlife bug far and wide, but it’s...