Tata’s ‘one man show’ video
A young rapper walks on the path to becoming the artistic semblable of a comedy icon.
Five years after breaking onto Cameroon’s music scene in 2012 through a featuring on Jovi’s HIV album, RCHL asserts her presence by releasing SOLR Vol. 1, a maiden EP that sparks interest because of its content and creative context.
Dami Ajayi From I.K. Dairo’s refreshing contribution, to King Sunny Ade and Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey, the legendary ying-yang of … More
Samyra Manka’a discusses with German singer Mayembe Malayika, highlighting roots, influences and diversity Mayembe Malayika (L) You found out about … More
Dzekashu MacViban Music piracy has acquired an almost legal status in Cameroon, with burnt copies of albums on display … More
Percy Zvomuya Originally published on NBO. In the first piece for our special End of Year music feature(s), Percy Zvomuya … More
Photo credit: Paul Munene & Kwani Trust 2012 At Bakwa, we’d like to close this year with our way … More
Dzekashu MacViban Ayriq Akam’s experimental hip hop goes from soulful to minimalist Perhaps best known for … More
As far back as 1995, SadraK (a member of Negrissim’) stood out as a musician whose experimental lyrics and … More