Whether it’s a Friday night dance party or a Sunday afternoon regeneration, here’s the perfect soundtrack from some of our favorite African artists.
Fresh off releasing her first solo album “Rose Gold”, Durban-born singer Shekhinah is poised to make huge waves in the African and Global music scene. Her first single “Suited” hit 1 million views almost as fast as it was released, proving she’ll be one to keep an ear on for the foreseeable future.
South African rapper “Kwesta” has had a solid couple of years. After his 2016 album DaKAR II went gold, he announced an upcoming collaboration with Tory Lanez and Rick Ross, along with a track from his collaboration with Wale.
Hailing from Botswana, rapper Sampa The Great made waves with her debut mixtape The Great in 2015, now she teases her upcoming tour as opener for Joey Bada$$ with this single “Rhymes to the East”.
Cameroon-based Dancehall and R&B singer Ewube is quickly making a name for herself releasing hits like “Fall4You”. She’s one to watch for.
Raised in Botswana and now residing in NYC, Shirazee’s latest hit Iguana uses it’s addictive afrobeat to get your party started.
Emtee gained huge exposure in South Africa and the world after last year’s debut single “Roll Up”. He’s proven he’s here to stay with his latest single “Corner Store.