→ Skip to main content
The Pan African Music Magazine
©2022 PAM Magazine - Design by Trafik - Site by Moonshine - All rights reserved. IDOL MEDIA, a division of IDOL Group.
Bonga, from the childhood courtyard
Interview
Bonga, from the childhood courtyard

He could have become a sprinter, a public servant or a guerrilla, but Bonga turned his husky voice into a unique weapon that has conquered the world. His new album celebrates his 50-year career, and the music of his childhood in the family courtyard.

Bonga, the golden voice of Angola, returns from his childhood courtyard
News
Bonga, the golden voice of Angola, returns from his childhood courtyard

The legendary singer announces a new album with “Ti Zuela”, first single from a project full of memories and tender nostalgia.  The Angolan childhood of José Adelino Barceló de Carvalho alias Bonga, in the mid-1940s, […]

Mexefest Festival 2016 in Lisbon: Africa moves to the heart of the city
Feature
Mexefest Festival 2016 in Lisbon: Africa moves to the heart of the city

Afro lineup at Lisbon Mexefest 2016 with Elza Soares, Pedro Coquenão aka Batida, Spoek Mathambo, Toty Sa’Med, Mayra Andrade, Octa Push, La Dame Blanche, Celeste/Mariposa…

Music in the City: African Lisbon
Article
Music in the City: African Lisbon

Notre reporter local vous fait découvrir un véritable panorama de la musique africaine à Lisbonne !

Bonga – Recados de Fora: a message of emancipation and fraternity across the oceans
Article
Bonga ‑ Recados de Fora: a message of emancipation and fraternity across the oceans

Two months only after having celebrated its 74 years, Bonga aka “Kota” (the wise man) released a new album, entitled Recados de Fora (“Messages from elsewhere”).

Loading
Confirmed
Loading
Confirmed