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Afunja means African funk and jazz. Their music is solid & mesmerizing! Enjoy ‘CIA,’ a collaboration by Afunja Music ft. Dele Sosimi!
‘Salva Dor’ pulses with passion all the way through from Portuguese band, IFÁ, off of their new album ‘Ijexá Funk Afrobeat!
Brazilian Abayomy Afrobeat Orquestra’s second release, Abra Sua Cabeça, highlights their deep connection to Africa & would make Fela proud!
Three veteran underground emcees get busy over the loose live funk of France’s Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra’s track ‘With An Attitude!’
Don’t miss ‘Bankster,’ which has an infectious Afrobeat groove from Portuguese band Terrakota, off their new album ‘I Wish.’
Makulu Ken of the Democratic Republic Of Congo, is an African springboard for contemporary music (especially Nigerian Afrobeat.)
Seun Kuti’s politically charged lead single ‘Gimme My Vote Back (C.P.C.D.)’ C.P.C.D. stands for Corporate Public Control Department.
12 member strong team of top instrumentalists, Music Is The Weapon, is the Nordic response to the brash message and sound of Fela Kuti!
Don’t miss the full version of ‘the antiestablishment song, Alagbon Close’ by Fela Kuti in which he lampoons the police for detaining him!
Don’t miss lots of South American Afrobeat today from Rolando Brown y Su Orchestra MIDI & ÈKÓ Afrobeat! Feel the pulse of the world!
Tracks like ‘Jungle Get Down’ ‘Gari Good’ ‘Chérie Nye’ will make you get up & dance! Enjoy new & rare grooves filled with energy & passion!
Don’t miss Dele Sosimi’s track ‘Na My Turn,’ ‘Passion’ from Daisuke Kondo and ‘Mary Lost a Man In Lagos’ from Fluid Constructure!
Don’t miss Afro-tropical electronic music from AkizzBeatzz, contemporary Afrobeat from Asiko Afrobeat Ensemble & E’s E with their track Ha!
Don’t miss Alma Afrobeat Ensemble’s ‘Ain’t It Time’ with DJ Phader that’s got a serious psychedelic punch! Off of their 3rd album It’s Time!
Don’t miss Puerto Rican group, Calle 13 who teamed up with Seun Kuti for “Sorongo” Tune in to Empire Bakuba, an influential soukous band.
Pulled from the depths of the Que Bajo night club music vaults, the Angola Ting EP finally sees the light of day! Turn up Kia Luningo remix!
Turn up your first taster of never before released Dance Together by Afrobeat icon Dele Sosimi re-imagined in dub by two production masters!
Turn up Nigerian madness on Snake Oil Man from Black Market Brass. Guitar led Queens of Zomba will lead you through the afro-disco cosmos!

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