The 6th All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) has officially opened its online portal for submission of songs and videos between the period of May 15 — August 2, 2019. Read more to find out how you can be nominated for this prestigious All African Music Awards.
Jesse10s is a remarkable artist from Uganda. His music is breathtakingly-beautiful and motivationally-inspiring. Jesse10s produces music for positive growth and peaceful coexistence. He is a phenomenal human being doing amazing things that keeps producing extraordinary results to the benefits of mankind. His music features a unique blend of Electronic Dance Music, Afro-beats, Hip-Hop and more!
Pan-African music artiste, Adedeji premiers a 23-minute non-stop solo guitar improvisation of Old Yoruba folk songs called "Yoruba Songbook-1". His previous album "Afreekanism" holds some amazingly awesome songs like "Afreeka On My Mind" and "Morenike" to mention but a few. Feel Adedeji's vibes and if you like what you hear, listen to more of his refreshingly culturally inspiring music below.
Due to high volumes of requests from our community members in the diaspora and on the continent, MUSIC UNITES AFRICA are proud to announce that we have expanded our #Top40Africa playlist-chart show beyond Deezer to Spotify and Apple Music. As TOP40AFRICA prepares to celebrate its one year anniversary on World Music Day - June 21st 2018, we are delighted with the impact our carefully curated Pan-African playlist-chart has made in the past months - helping to promote upcoming musicians while keeping a firm grip on some of the most exciting music in Africa.
Arts 'n Culture Ambassador for MUSIC UNITES AFRICA, Adegboyega rewards his fans with ₦50,000 and ₦20,000 Cash Prizes respectively. Maureen Omodia and MC Goodness were the lucky winners of Adegboyega's #FelebyAdegboyega challenge, which urged fans to enter into the competition by simply recording themselves miming to Adegboyega's new hit song "Félé" which features Nigerian fast-rising star, Mayorkun.
The Neo-Afrikan Voices here at MUSIC UNITES AFRICA published an article on Eli Earls in March of 2017. We're pleased to see the progress made thus far. If you haven't heard this amazing Pan-African hip hop mixtape, you can do so now by hitting the play button below.
The global Pan-African MOVEMENT of Music Unites Africa are proud to unveil our new Nigerian Ambassador, Emmsong. Emmsong is a Pan-African music artiste with a big vision of reaching out to the world through his music. His songs are amazing and his personality is exemplary. the entire global FAMILY of Music Unites Africa are pleased to officially welcome Emmsong into our unit as we continue to persevere towards achieving our unified goals of uniting Africans worldwide through music. Emmsong is a major player in our efforts to revitalize the Pan-African youth and his music is key in this mandate.
Introduction to Eli Earl's conceptual mixtape, VoodooRaps. On this piece, Earl shows off his lyrical prowess through the personification of the craft. Using his deep Setswana to liken his talent to a spiritual gift, Eli Earl metaphorically references the Setswana folklore stories, oral traditions, proverbs and traditional beliefs.
We, the Global MOVEMENT of Young Pan-African Leaders are pleased to announce the confirmation of Ambassadorship of Adesola Adesimbo Idowu (most popularly known as Weird MC) as the new Global Ambassador for Music Unites Africa. We are extremely thrilled to welcome Weird MC into our executive family as we continue our mission to unite Africans worldwide through music. We are pleased to make this grand announcement on this historical day; the 106th International Women's Day #IWD2017. We strongly believe in a peaceful and prosperous Africa; and having a Leader like Weird MC will indeed add great strength in achieving our unified visions for African children and youth.
February 18th is approaching, and we hope that you're making plans to join our friends in Miami at AFRIKIN: Healing Our Nation, the first of a series of events that will explore the condition of our nation. In addition to the world-class roster of entertainment, the event will include the speaker series, AFRIKIN: Talks to inform, empower, and provide human and capital resources to future generations of the diaspora.
Atlanta born rapper and Pan-African Youth Advocate, Psychogen (real name: Brian Anderson Williams) releases this very powerful hip hop tune that talks about the discrimination and pain people of color go through daily in the United States of America. Psychogen is joined by Bliss, JTG and Dolla on this track, produced by Debars. Love hip hop? Love Africa? Love America? Love Hip Hop, Africa and America?! Or simply love good music? Well if you do, this song is perfect for you. Listen as Psychogen reels out this poetic reality of life in America as a 21st Century Pan-African Youth.
Earlier in November 2016, we talked about a bright young Congolese music talent by the name Young Paris who was recently signed to Jay Z's ROC NATION label. In December of 2016, Young Paris released the deluxe version of “African Vogue” with 3-bonus songs which feature Afro-beat stars Tiwa Savage and Reekado Banks respectively. Young Paris' songs are a genuine blend of Tribal Sounds, Hip Hop/Afro-beats vibes and Electronic Dance Music.
To a great many, SENEGAL means sunshine, beaches and hospitality. A former French Colony, the country gained independence in 1960. For half a century, political rule and governments in SENEGAL have obediently taken after France, pledging allegiance to western democracies on a regular basis, while in reality a growing slackness, thriving corruption, and neglect have made their mark on political life and people’s minds. The Evolution Project was created because of the belief that today’s promotion of Senegalese artists, musicians and hidden talents is still incredibly poor. This musical project, developed in Senegal (in a professional, ambitious and constructive spirit), aims to:
On December 4, 1969, 47 years ago today, a select unit of Chicago police officers executed a predawn raid that left Illinois Black Panther Party (BPP) leaders Fred Hampton and Mark Clark dead and several other young Panthers wounded. The seven survivors of the raid were arrested on fraudulent attempted murder charges. The officers who committed the execution were specially assigned to Cook County State's Attorney Edward Hanrahan. The claims of a "shootout" that were made by Hanrahan and his men were soon exposed as bald-faced lies: the physical evidence definitively established that the raiders fired nearly 100 shots at the sleeping Panthers, while only one shot could be linked to a Panther weapon.
Ethiopian guitarist, Singer/songwriter and composer, Etsegenet was born in Addis Ababa - Ethiopia. She started her musical career at very early in life by singing in her elementary school. After graduating from high school, her pursuit for music continued and she joined a private college "Mekane Yesus school of Jazz music" where she graduated with honors in Music Performance in 2010.
Mark Balet is a contemporary reggae singer and songwriter based out of New York City. Born in April 1983, to military and diplomat parents. He grew up between Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, France, England and Spain. In 1996 he formed Mauvaise Race, a Hip-hop & Reggae duo with his sidekick Tashunke and developed his skills through reggae sound systems and open mics.
The timeless words from the diary of the great poet and warrior King Solomon, in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 is re-kindled in the present day and set to music by multi-instrumental musician, vocalist and composer Kibrom Birhane in his second full-length album "Bo Gizzae Lekulu" which is in "Geez" the ancient Ethiopian language and still used in Ethiopian Orthodox Church; translates to "A Time For Everything".
Soul-searching and refreshingly fresh, "Fast Lane" by Afro-Fusionist and Pan-African music artiste, Zizzy warms the heart with this soulful music composed to bring relief to distressed minds. Speaking to a young generation currently living in fast lanes, Zizzy connects to her listener's emotions with a well coordinated semi-acoustic melodious tune which captivates and serenades ones soul hypnotically.
Wylldiamond, a Nigerian musician, model and fashion designer teams up with legendary beats maestro, ID CABASA on the contemporary afrobeat song titled "Remember". Remember how afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti used his music as a voice for the voiceless and a weapon to fight against the inhumane injustice of Africans? Well, Wylldiamond resonates this same energy in his new song which talks about corruption, bad leadership, the everyday hustle but most importantly, speaks directly to the hearts of the 21st century Pan-African Youth. This song awakens the dreams and visions in young Africans who believe greatly in a bright and prosperous future.