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Music is my other lover ;)

Thought I should share a song I wrote a few years ago. Hope you like it. :)

Culture

STANLEY ENOW SPOTTED ON THE STREETS OF YAOUNDE!

He is known to be very proud of his humble beginnings and makes no hiding identifying himself with the streets where he came from so it was with great excitement that we received this image today from a fan who was equally as excited to see hos idol on a mural on the street of Yaounde! 123 more words

A Point of Intersection

Last week as I was packing for my big move to Chicago. I was becoming exceedingly anxious and overwhelmed with the absolute chaos of daunting piles of clothes, pictures, trophies, artifacts, memories, and decisions, yes, decisions and questions. 279 more words

Travel

MAVINS - DOROBUCCI ft Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Dr SID, D'Prince, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello, Di'Ja

Yes, I shall be blogging about my African music. A lot of Buzz on the the song DoroBucci has gone worldwide and I am pleased to say @DonJazzy has done it again. 42 more words

Music

Mziiki - The Music of Africa

Music.  They say it all started to the beat of an African Drum.

Singing, dancing and music are the axis of African culture. You can find singing, dancing and music at weddings, funerals, and other rites of passage in our society. 307 more words

Africa

How I spent 1988

So, 26 years ago I was a student in Jazz at the University of KwaZulu Natal with Darius Brubeck. This CBS documentary is the tour by the Jazzanians to the US at the end of 1988, with Darius a well as Victor Masondo, Zim Ngqawana (RIP), Andrew Eagle, Kevin Gibson, Lulu Gontsana, Rick van Heerden, Johnny Mekoa and Melvin Peters. 22 more words

African Music

Karl Hector & The Malcouns - Unstraight Ahead

It’s been six years since we have heard from Karl Hector & The Malcouns and their debut record Sahara Swing on Now-Again. Their first record caused quite a stir which resulted in the band being in high demand. 399 more words

Vinyl