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Jojo Abot

by Editor | 9th August 2017

Jojo Abot is one truly inspiring individual. Born in Ghana and based in NYC, her visual, written and musical work is fully charged with emotion, philosophy and social commitment. Her afro-hypno-sonic (a genre she has self-coined) songs talk about giving power to the God within, racial displacement and woman’s rights; three topics she’s been working […]

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Mabiisi

by Editor | 10th May 2017

Burkinabé rapper Art Melody found his brother from another mother, the Ghanaian musician Stevo Atambire and together they formed Mabiisi (a word that means exactly: “brothers from the same mother” both in Frafra and Mooré language) to create timeless, energetic songs that draw influences from both hip-hop and traditional African music. To promote their European tour, Akwaaba […]

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Bryte

by Editor | 5th May 2017

A gritty jam from the streets of Ghana, the latest banger by Ghanaian artist Bryte has already got the kids dancing. Literally. Described as ‘a true lyricist who loves to entertain [and] also address social issues through music’, ‘TooLoo Beef’ showcases Bryte’s livelier side, with his relentless flow breaking over a raw backing track.

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Jojo Abot is one truly inspiring individual. Born in Ghana and based in NYC, her visual, written and musical work is fully charged with emotion, philosophy and social commitment. Her afro-hypno-sonic (a genre she has self-coined) songs talk about giving …

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mabiisi

Mabiisi

by Editor | 10th May 2017

Burkinabé rapper Art Melody found his brother from another mother, the Ghanaian musician Stevo Atambire and together they formed Mabiisi (a word that means exactly: “brothers from the same mother” both in Frafra and Mooré language) to create timeless, energetic songs that draw influences from both hip-hop and traditional African music. To promote their European tour, Akwaaba […]

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