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- E & S Brothers – TadumaE & S Brothers’ 1985 album Taduma holds a unique yet overlooked place in the history of South African dance […]
- Spirit Of MalomboNext Stop Soweto presents Spirit Of Malombo: Malombo, Jabula, Jazz Afrika 1966-1984 The influential and heavily political music of drummer […]
- Ali & Toumani – Sabu Yerkoy“Sabu Yerkoy” was the second single released in 2010 from the “Ali and Toumani” album. As in other tracks on […]
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As the main founder and moderator of a vibrant community, on a social network that closed a few years ago, I wanted the incredible content published over 7 years to survive and grow… That’s the reason why this blog exists: to allow all of you to (re)discover musics and artists from the African continent, in a single place.
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You can access tracks (mainly as videos) from almost all continent’s countries, from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, etc., in most genres and styles (Jazz, Electro, Rap, Funk, Traditional, Reggae…), all categorized and tagged.
Hoping you’ll enjoy the AMF blog as much as I enjoy publishing new musics as often as possible.
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Header image: Asayaw Osattene Asante is an artist born in 1978 in Kumasi, known as the garden city of Ghana.