Tag Archives: African music

The Day Rexford Nkansah Met Ambolley

Not everyone gets the opportunity to meet a music legend in their lifetime, and the sooner the encounter is, the better the experience, in my case I guess. As I woke up in the morning of 2016, September 8, all I could think of was meeting one of Ghana’s finest music legend. A legend who’s style concocted with a unique …

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supremeRights Records introduces Xtacy


supremeRights Records, the recording studios that unleashed Worlasi on Ghana and the world in the latter parts of 2015 has once again gifted music fans with yet another smooth voiced artist in the person of Xtacy as we enter the 2016 new year. Xtacy is an upcoming artist who believes in the power of projecting Africa through his music. He lists Afrobeat …

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Rocky, Wiyaala, Samini, and friends shutdown Alliance Française

Grammy nominee musician Rocky Dawuni in the company of musician friends like Wiyaala, Samini and others brought the Alliance Française venue in Ghana’s capital city of Accra to a standstill when Rocky held his “Homecoming Concert and Album Celebration“there on Friday, December 18, 2015. Rocky’s Homecoming Concert and Album Celebration event was to launch his Grammy nominated sixth studio album titled “Branches …

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Kenyan Artist Almaz to keep indigenous music alive


Mary Hamboga Matufi, a Kenyan musician and songwriter known in showbiz as Almaz says dropping out of school for lack of funds to continue her education and her society’s preference to push enterprising males than females up the academic ladder was still not enough to quell her desires to pursue her passion for music. “I was forced to drop out …

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Rocky Dawuni talks Africa politics

Rocky Dawuni and John Legend I first featured Rocky Dawuni on my blog in March of 2012 but prior to that, we’ve had a relationship lasting beyond that timeline and it was in my attempt to check in on him recently that gave birth to this piece where we got to talk about what is new with him and Africa politics. Below is …

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