The most recent update on the status and development of #EndSARS and the pursuit of police reformation in Nigeria.
Healing, Jamaican reggae legend Tarrus Riley’s latest LP, is an answer to the turbulent times, finding solace in humanity and music.
The 19-year-old London singer Arlo Parks is already one of the most promising voices of her generation. Here, she discusses her new single “Hurt” and her magical performance for the Colors Show.
Wizkid, Davido, Falz and others step up in protest for the #EndSARS movement leading to the disbandment of the notorious federal police group SARS (Special Anti Robbery Squad).
Youssou’s heartwarming classic released in 1984 is a 34 minute love letter to his Senagalese roots from his new home in Paris.
In his new video clip “Manyè,” a track taken from last January’s album Soleil Kréyol, the artist travels to Uganda to perform at the Kampala market. David Walters had the idea to shoot the visual […]
The rapper and singer from South East London has released “Peng Black Girls” with singer Amia Brave, carrying a strong message of empowerment. “Black is beautiful, y’know …” This message seems obvious and yet, on […]
The British label gives a second life to the albums Akalaka and The Power, recorded by the figure of igbo highlife, Victor Chukwu. John Armstrong, curator of the Tabansi reissues, provides some background. Recorded between […]
Remixed by DJs Detroit Swindle, Poirier and Batida, under the expert eye of producer Guts and the Heavenly Sweetness label, the music of Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau takes on a tropical-house feel on absorbing […]
This orchestra, composed entirely by Malawian percussionists, offers traditional songs in a rare format. These are raw recordings that the Mzuzu outdoor studio is offering us on the 1000HZ label. The laughter of the children, […]
On his first album, Teno Afrika traces the seedlings of the electronic music movement in South Africa, the amapiano. “Storytellers,” featuring Diego Don, is his first single. Long considered a hybrid subgenre of house music, […]
In the new world of interviews you wait for artists in the comfort of your own home, staring into an empty Zoom room. One can’t help but wonder what the artist is up to, potentially […]
Franco, Tabu Ley, Makeba, Abeti… they all were recorded during these three crazy nights that announced the famous Ali vs Foreman boxing fight. Back to Kinshasa, Zaire, 1974.
Ten years on from the album’s initial release, Heavenly Sweetness have reissued a vinyl release of the record that turned the late Burkinabé singer famous, who passed away in 2015.
Producteurs, DJ et graphistes, Rafael Pereira et Felipe Salmón revendiquent depuis dix ans une musique de sang-mêlé, jouissant du riche héritage musical du Pérou, sous le nom de Dengue Dengue Dengue.
Having been around since 2014, this Cameroonian rapper is hardly a novice. After numerous great singles, he is finally releasing his first EP entitled “Cam No Go”.
In the second and final part of our introduction to Moorish music, PAM takes a look at how the Moorish sound evolved from the days of colonization.