Music from Nigeria – Flavour N’abania

Flavour N’abania, best known by his stage name Flavour is an eastern nigerian highlife and afrobeat musician, born in 1983. Listen to his nice song “Ada Ada”:

Music from Zimbabwe, Mali & Nigeria – C’est pas bon

BRANDNEW SONG! A song I don’t know more about, but it’s multi-cultural. Seems to be from Fore from Mali. But it’s awesome good african music. The ‘Ce n’est pas bon’ in the background is by Amadou & Mariam. About political and society problems. “C’est pas Bon”, in english: that’s not good:

Music from Nigeria – King Sunny Adé

King Sunny Adé, born in 1946, is a popular nigerian performer of jùjú music. He had many comebacks in his career and is maybe one of the most influental african musicians ever! Listen to his great one called “Mo Ti Mo”:

Music from the Nigeria/US – Iyeoka Okoawo

yeoka Okoawo is a Nigerian/American poet, recording artist, singer and activist. Her music includes elements from Soul, R&B, Rock, Hip-Hop and Jazz. Listen to her great song “Simply Falling”:

Music from Nigeria – King Sunny Ade

“King” Sunny Adé (born Sunday Adeniyi, September 22, 1946) is a popular performer of Yoruba Nigerian jùjú music and a pioneer of modern world music. He has been classed as one of the most influential musicians of all time( wikipedia )

Here is his song M.K.O. Abiola

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Music from France – Jah Mac

Jah Mac is a french reggae musician from Toulouse, born in Nigeria. His music in a mix of reggae, dancehall, pop and africa elements. Here’s “Reggae Unity”:

Music from Nigeria – Seun Oni

Seun Oni, is a Nigiran singer-songwriter with the stage name “Saeon” began singing at the age of four and went professional in 2009. Saeon is versatile in his style of music and gets her inspiration from every and anything around her, mostly, alternative R&B, Rock, Pop and a little bit of rap. Here is her song “I’ll Be Gone”