Nigerian superstar Mr Eazi launches AMF in partnership with emPawa to finance established and up-and-coming creatives of Africa. As music industry giants continue to plant seeds on the African continent, Mr Eazi is taking steps […]
Pop Smoke’s posthumous deluxe, released on his 21st birthday, includes Nigerian superstars DaVido and Burna Boy, for a bittersweet international collaboration.
Ugandan producer and musician Leo PaLayeng has been electrifying the music of the Acholi people for 20 years now. PAM sat down with one of the precursors of the Acholitronix movement about his new album […]
Nigeria’s foremost female DJ talks to PAM about her partnership with Apple Music as host and DJ of the recently launched Africa Now program, bringing Africa’s best and brightest to the world. The formidable DJ […]
Tracey accumulated 35,000 recordings from the 1920s to the 1970s which were recorded in 18 different countries and across 250 ethnic groups. Chris Pedley and Oliver Moira helped local contemporary producers tap into this incredible […]
This summer the boss of the label Heavenly Sweetness shares with us some of the treasures of his record collection. Read and listen with abandon! Today, the Brazilian Marcos Valle. Hello all, I’m delighted to […]
Directed by artist and animator Rob Heppell, the film reflects the civil war that took place in the producer’s native Angola. Nazar’s music is an undeniably immersive experience. He incorporates the sound of weapons and helicopters […]
The English drum and bass icon unveils the visuals of his collaboration with Ms Dynamite, Ms Banks and Jaykae. Born during the rave movement of the 90s in Bristol, Hugh Pescod aka Redlight aka CLIPZ […]
To celebrate their tenth release, the British label unveils a new compilation which will be released in September. Based in London, On the Corner is an independent label founded by DJ and writer Pete Buckenham. […]
In L.A. and Montreal, events organised by Foreigner and the Moonshine collective are a concentration of African-Caribbean cultural celebration.
The young and talented Asapolis, based in Nigeria, grew up in an environment where music had a predominant place in his everyday life. Strongly influenced by the Congolese rumba, Asapolis answered a few questions for […]
PAM met with Ghana’s new dancehall sensation, who just unveiled his first project Nungua Diaries.
With their debut album, Nayda, the band Bab L’Bluz mix the rhythms of Gnawa trance with rock and curling incense. Both poetic and powerful.
On their debut release titled buffering juju, out now on the Mushroom Hour label, the nomadic folk duo of dumama+kechou offer up takes, re-takes, fixes, and sedimentary reduxes to the sound otherwise known as electronic music.
Born in the Bronx from Ghanaian parents, Kilamanzego comes to the forefront of the scene with These Roots Are on Fire, a promising and incredibly stimulating first EP. PAM spoke with the artist to better understand her […]
Partner in crime with the Príncipe Discos label, the young Lisboner Danifox continues to rise with a second EP in pure batida tradition. For the occasion, he offers us an exclusive mix and tells us […]
Get together eight artists from a number of different countries and backgrounds for a week in Nairobi to create an album and a documentary – this was the ambitious gamble made and won by the […]