Yao Bobby is a west african rap and hip-hop musician, who released his first solo album ‘Histoires d’un continent’ in 2012. Before this he was the former of the first rap crew in Togo, Djanta Kann. His new album is an awesome mix of world, traditional western african instruments accompanied by his great voice. All in all it’s great traditional mixed with some rap. My favourite song is “Memoire d’un continent”:
“For all lovers of African Music, Yao Bobby is a must listen. His spoken words, rap and traditional sounds are still amazing. Try the journey!”
Listen to the awesome good full album ‘Histoires d’un continent’:
This guy is improvising on an israeli battle tank.
“No more war. No more bloodshed.”
Math And Physics Club, are a Seattle-based indie pop band. Here’s their nice song “Darling, Please Come Home”:
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”:
Jah Vérité is an unknown burkinabé reggae artist. Listen to his nice song “Ma Patrie”:
This is a great four minutes African music sample by Jamie Bianchini. Great!
The Chamber Brothers , this band consists til today , founded 1968 they have become well known though their song “Time has come today ” but i prefer “Love Peace and Happiness ” , i´ve posted both songs for you my beloved audience – love you all !
Selig is a rockband from Hamburg /Germany founded 1990. They separated 1999 and have been refounded 2008 and get gold status with their record . Here is their new song “Love& peace “
If you cant change yourself , then change the world ! Love and Peace to you all , all over the world !
Since 2004, the “OCO” have created waves of harmonious sounds, with ancient instruments that have a voice of their own. Evoking sounds of the depths of humanity, the audience is led on a musical ritual. The music is played continuously with collective intentions dedicated to peace.
“Harmonic Sound Travel”
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, born in 1970, is an Indigenous Australian musician. He never visited any school, just speaks some words english and learned making music as an autodidact. Respect to him and his culture! Listen to his nice song “I Was Born Blind”, which is reality: Gorrumul is blind. So, so much respect to him and his culture, peace for them!