"Then I came and killed the game with an ad-lib! Sha-sha!" We had to save this one for a quiter day. You saw yesterday that our #FBPostOfTheWeek was inspired by Cassper Nyovest's Tanzanian (and Mozambican) performance. We kept a close eye on him and managed to keep his Insta stories
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This is transcendence music. Soundtracks for a teleportation. Music not only for the soul, but the kind of music that keeps a spirit company as it loiters in golden passageways in the galaxy. George Gavin beloved, from Tanzania, in the company of incomparable audio painters Mike Tareto and vocalist Naomisia
Kindly permit SOL to introduce you to Tanzania's finest, on one hand you have G Nako the impeccable slick talker that's versatile with his style of rhyming and on the other you have Jux, the extremely talented singer. Both have been respectively making waves in their country and they decided
Yoh! There's a fire in Dar Es Salaam, RUN RUN RUN! I am in love with this piece. The best part about it? That it's such a short listen and you know how I feel about precise compilations. Nah, I'm shortchanging this work. My favorite part about it is the
Vanessa Mdee representing the heart of Tanzania, known for her potent vocal ability has blessed us with a festive song Cash Madame and she seems to be following in Beyoncé Knowles' steps by dropping a music video to generate hype. The girls are on that Set It Off tip, however,
Vanessa Mdee is popularly known for being the first ever Tanzanian MTV VJ. Yesterday she dropped a new video called Niroge taken from her Money Mondays album. Niroge is Swahili for compel me or bewitch me. Well if she asks nicely Im sure many of us would oblige.
Just Robert a Tanzanian musician based in Namibia gives us some new music to share with y'all. You feeling it?