Racism in music has been a recurring theme ever since the blues was born. Found as a means for expression for their anguish and strife, musicians took to their craft to pen powerful ballads about the real devastation experienced.

The distant roots of American jazz lay in Africa. But how did Afro-America’s revolutionary sound reshape African music? Featuring Fela Kuti, Mulatu Astatke, Franco, TPOK Jazz, Djelimady Tounkara, Youlou Mabiala....

Mokoomba are six young men who demand we re-focus our gaze on Zimbabwe.Despite hailing from a village near Victoria Falls, there's a discernible urban edge to their sound.

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