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Premiere: Francis Bebey built for the dancefloor by Daniel Haaksman [Free Download]
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Premiere: Francis Bebey built for the dancefloor by Daniel Haaksman [Free Download]

Free Download the exclusive edit of a Francis Bebey track by Daniel Haaksman !

Indy Dibongue honors the great African musicians on second album
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Indy Dibongue honors the great African musicians on second album

For his second album, the Cameroonian guitarist Indy Dibongue delivers Bebey Blues, a perfect symbiosis between jazz-rock and African heritage. Francis Bebey’s musical soul runs through the whole of this album, in which Indy Dibongue […]

The flute, Africas’ breath of life
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The flute, Africas' breath of life

Whatever its shape, the flute stands firmly rooted in most African music. This is an insight into the role of the instrument, with a focus on the musicians who made it famous and those who place it in the spotlight today.

Daniel Haaksman remixed Super Mama Djombo on Black Atlantica Edits
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Daniel Haaksman remixed Super Mama Djombo on Black Atlantica Edits

Berlin producer and DJ Daniel Haaksman unveils the first track of his next album Black Atlantica Edits which will be released on April 24th on BBE Music. Director of the Man Recordings, Daniel Haaksman joins […]

Paris c’est l’Afrique (1989): Manu Dibango introduces Les Têtes Brûlées
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Paris c'est l'Afrique (1989): Manu Dibango introduces Les Têtes Brûlées

PAM gets you to discover a new excerpt from the documentary film series Paris c’est l’Afrique that French journalist Philippe Conrath directed in… 1989! Manu introduced his compatriots Les Têtes Brûlées. Soon on PAM, the […]

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Goodbye, Manu!: our tribute to our African uncle
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Goodbye, Manu!: our tribute to our African uncle

PAM pays tribute to Manu Dibango, who left us one year ago, on 24 March 2020. The musician, a generous pioneer, has built bridges between Africa and the rest of the world. A look back at the first chapters of his fantastic novel-like life.

Pierre Sandwidi, the troubadour from the bush
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Pierre Sandwidi, the troubadour from the bush

Twenty years after he died, french label Born Bad Records pays tribute to Pierre Sandwidi, one of West Africa’s most outstanding and adamant artist. Born in 1947 in Boulsa, a small village in central Upper Volta, Pierre […]