Studio-Globe is glad to support some of Africans Artists
N'faly Kouyaté from Guinee Conakry. N'Faly Kouyaté is a multi-talented artist! After his forays into the world of Afro pop (TUNYA) and of classical music with KORA STRINGS, he has branched out into a new style called AFROTRONIX. This style is deeply rooted in African music and draws on polyphony and electronic music to encourage us to dance, travel, relax, but also to reflect. No again he is touring with his other love. Afro Celt Sound System.
Afrika Mamas is a South African folk tale group blessed with 7 powerful female voices that encompass the entire musical scale from the highest soprano to the lowest bass. The vocal group is led by Ntombi Lushaba and driven with a passion to promote their own brand of traditional story-telling on Afrika Mamas, After their first release on ARC Music "Afrika Mamas",thesecond one "Iphupho is out now.
Born in Ouagadougou ,Boubacar Kafando from a very early age demonstrate his love for music . He goes then all over Ouaga's ghettos to find out about the secrets of traditional music . He first dedicates himself to learn how to play percussions and the art of singing then develops an interest in the Kora . Unlike most of the Kora players , he is from the Mossi's ethnic group , the Mossi's language is More . The society based on oral traditions uses folktales and proverbs to pass on wisdom and experience to later generations.
The Lioness from Johannesburg, Tautshadi. worked on several project like Stomping, Africa Mamas. In 2010 they recorded a tribute album for the late Miriam Makeba and in 2011 they toured Holland doing a show called African Mamas Sing Mama Africa a tribute to Miriam Makeba. Also she recorder a song for the movie Winnie Mandela.
The Liberation Project is driven from South Africa and features a unique collaboration of musicians mainly from South Africa, Italy and Cuba who have joined forces to celebrate their liberation struggles from various different corners of the world with the main focus being on music from South Africa, Italy and Cuba. Musicians from France, La Reunion, Guinea, Burundi, the USA, Brazil and the United Kingdom have also contributed.
Throughout history, music and protest songs have inspired and celebrated social change. Apartheid was a system of racial segregation in South Africa enforced through legislation by the National Party (NP) which was the governing party from 1948 to 1994. Under apartheid, the rights, associations, and movements of the majority black inhabitants and other ethnic groups were limited and white minority rule was maintained. Music united South Africans at a time where every other aspect of life was dictated by race and culture.
Indonesian reggae star from Bali, Fredi Kayaman.