For Kae Sun, this record is an expansion of his empathetic outlook on the conditions of a black man through music. It’s a very causal yet highly reflective look at his own experiences within a collective condition of struggle and oppression, joy and love. On Whoever Comes Knocking, with his identity as the center, Kae Sun invites clarity to his perspective by stirring up his sonic influences.
Planets is a journey to the present starting from the future and the past at the same time. And Zaki Ibrahim’s, a specialist is blending realities is the perfect pilot for the trip.
Ethio-jazz legend, Hailu Mergia is making a resounding statement on his first studio album in 15 years, “Lala Belu”.
Zara McFarlane is charting a star system of African diasporan heritage, painted with the lush rousing strokes of jazz and … More
South Africa guitarist and songwriter, Sibusile Xaba takes you on an enchanting journey through time and space on his new … More
What did Cameroon sound like in the 70s and 80s? What sound gleamed dancehalls and bounced of the shimmering shirts … More
African music released in 2017 that you should pay attention to now ranging from afro-latin and north-african fusion to afro-beats afro-pop.