Posted on April 16th, 2012 No comments
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Posted on September 20th, 2010 No comments
Thanks to Tropical Bass for pointing out this collaboration between Switzerland’s producer Pushking Noize and Dama Do Bling from Mozambique. It brought back this lady on Masalacism’s radar and it’s time for an update!
We really liked her track Mexer a couple years ago (along side the defunct Fat Planet) and sort of lost track of her productions since then. Well, she’s been building a strong career as the portuguese-speaking answer to empowering female MCs of the US rap game and JA’s badda badda gals; “I’m scandalous and irreverent” she says in interviews. Here’s a selection of her latest tracks. Thanks to the Estabater blog for updates on Urban artists from Mozambique and Portuguese speaking Africa.
Posted on March 31st, 2010 1 comment
I was listening to DJ Edu on 1xtra while working and heard a great song on his show and have done a couple of searches about it.
Sauti Sol and Muthoni the Drummer Queen (we already talked about here on Masala here) is part of the principal actors of this new sound from Kenya if I read this nice article in the Nairobi’s Daily Nation.
I’ve also found this reportage about what’s happening in Nairobi and the Penya and the new east african sound.
Posted on January 26th, 2010 3 comments
Un post rapide en pause de travail au sujet de Muthoni, une artiste du Kenya. Son nouvel album The Human Condition, plutot “fusion”, est sorti en fin d’année 2009. Ce morceau parcontre est assez intéressant.
Posted on July 8th, 2008 2 comments
Dalston Shopper from the Dalston Oxfam Shop blog have been very nice to Masala one year ago saying we were THE HOTTEST MUSIC ON THE NET ! Well this is payback time ! Here’s a mix of african stuff Dalston did for the Diesel U Music radio. From funana, kuduro to coupé-décalé and some old congolese pop, this is the sound of his London African party called Manifesto.
Diesel U Music – African radio show
Posted on January 27th, 2008 No comments
DJ Edu, animateur de l’émission DNA sur la BBC 1xtra, est au Ghana pour la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations. Son dernier show, en direct de Kumasi, présente du son de tous les pays participants à la compétition. Écoutez ICI —>
DJ Edu from the BBC 1xtra DNA show is in Ghana for the Africa Cup of Nations. Recorded live in Kumasi, his last show presents a great selection from all the countries taking part in the competition. Listen HERE —>
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