Waje: Same Human Different Beast - EP review - truly same human but a different beast

Waje: Same Human Different Beast - EP review - truly same human but a different beast

On all the tracks of Same Human Different Beast, the solo performance of Waje is phenomenal with her vocal range, ability to adapt to different styles, and emotional delivery that takes center stage.

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Falz: BEFORE THE FEAST - EP review - an amuse-bouche for what is to come

Before the Feast, a 6-track EP by Nigerian musician and rapper, Falz. This EP is a precursor to his highly anticipated album, The Feast.

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Cheque: What Would You Do Without Me - EP review,  a genre-bending experience

Penthauze artist Cheque (or Superboy Cheque) continues to push the boundaries of his artistry and stamping his reputation with his recently released 5-track EP, What Would You Do Without Me.

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The Oud: A Culture Bridge Reinforcing Culture Synthesis

Though the Oud musical instrument traces its origins from the Middle East, it plays a vital role in Taarab music, a music genre which originated along the coastal regions of Tanzania, and Zanzibar.

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Babalwa M x Kelvin Momo: The Dynamic SA Power Couple

Babalwa M and Kelvin Momo are one of the most outstanding couples in SA music industry ... playing a major role in popularizing Amapiano, taking it from the streets of Johannesburg to the global stage.

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The Rise of AI Musicians: Rethinking How We Document Music

If future AI musicians evolve to achieve self-awareness and autonomy akin to human consciousness, must artistic documentation efforts like the African Music Library expand their mandates to assess and recognize such qualities?

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Victor Uwaifo x Mya Blue: Joromi Remix – legendary classic meets innovation

The Joromi remix effortlessly blends the original melody of music and the voice of Sir Victor Uwaifo with contemporary sounds and production techniques.

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Ti Gonzi: From Boys To Men album review - a tale of personal struggles and triumphs

From Boys to Men is more than just an album—it is a testament to Ti Gonzi evolving as an artist and a man.

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Kofi Kinaata: Kofi OO Kofi ep review - all things dear to him

Kofi OO Kofi is a remarkable body of work ... with each track he experiments, showcases his artistic growth, lyrical depth, musical versatility, and his profound dedication to his craft.

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Congolese Rumba Music: Listening, Moving … and a Place on UNESCO heritage list

Congolese rumba is not just for listening ... it is for moving, traditionally danced by couples.

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Lady Zamar: Rainbow album review -a musical melting pot

In Rainbow, her 12-track album, Lady Zamar truly shines as the leading soulful singer in the Afro-dance scene.

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Ajebo Hustlers:- Bad Boy Etiquette 102: Continuous Assessment review

The 10-track album and collaborative lineup stand as a testament to Ajebo Hustlers ambition to stamp their position as a leading voice in contemporary Nigerian music when it comes to authenticity.

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Ọja: The Igbo Talking Flute

The ọja holds deep spiritual and cultural significance. For the Igbo people, it is a voice that can speak not with human words but with the voice of spirits. It is a communication tool as well as an entertainment tool.

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Boutross: Mtindo review - exciting collaborations defying song categorization

With Mtindo, Boutross cements his status as one of Kenya most thrilling musical prodigies. This album spans from poignant depths to euphoric peaks, standing as a testament to Boutross artistic prowess and his knack for forging deep connections with listeners.

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Ruger n BNXN: RnB review - a testament of the collaborative power in music

The 7-track album, titled RnB after their initials, serves as a canvas for Ruger and BNXN to paint their collaborative idea.