Afropop singer-songwriter Moken unleashes his rich and bizarre imagination on sophomore album Missing Chapters.
Idiosyncratic troubadour Moken returns with a story from his life as only he can tell it in the new video for "Machine Man".
On his new release Dépaysé, Sinkane puts the justified outrage over the US Muslim travel ban and systemic discrimination in general to music.
The basic human rights of albinistic people have long been a theme in Salif Keita's activism and music, and on Un Autre Blanc, the album the artist says will be his last, such is still the case.
Raw power and sharp technique make for hard-edged funk on Jupiter and Okwess' Kin Sonic.
Analog Africa brings a new crop of old Beninois funk to light in another installment of the African Scream Contest series.
Burkina Faso Artist Pierre Sandwidi's Recordings Collected on 'La Troubadour De La Savane 1978-1982'
Time-worn recordings of Upper Voltaic singer Pierre Sandwidi offer distorted synths and a look at Burkina Faso cultural history.
Angélique Kidjo Remakes the Talking Heads' 'Remain in Light' and Pays Tribute to Nigerian Influences
Angélique Kidjo takes on a classic Talking Heads record with grace and aplomb on Remain in Light.
Toubalbero expands the desert blues concept as Sidi Touré creates ecstatic compositions from familiar sonic elements.
Fatoumata Diawara's know-how, musicality, and sense of self all come together, and Fenfo proves her to be one of the most dynamic voices in Afropop today.
Moken brings wit and style to a battle between Mark Twain and Albert Einstein in his new video "A Bone to Grind with Einstein".
Combining psychedelic rock, funk, and sometimes even hip-hop, B.C.U.C.'s release of "Ihawu" comes ahead of new album Emakhosini, due out 20 April on Buda Musique.
Soul, brass, and gandjal rhythms bring a new energy to the Analog Africa repertoire via Cameroonian funk rock band Hamad Kalkaba and the Golden Sounds.
Globally-minded jam band Toubab Krewe defies narrow classification with often unpredictable grooves on Stylo.