Eboa Lotin, the radio (Elimb’a Dikalo)

Eboa Lotin, the radio (Elimb’a Dikalo)

“Elimb’a Dikalo” is the Duala (African language) expression for “Radio”, literally the drum of story-telling. It is also a track by Cameroonian singer-songwriter Eboa Lotin and a song that defines him: he honestly speaks (sings), like...

Afro-Folk

Afro-Folk is the name we give to a type of ethnic Folk originating in Africa. The African-rooted singer-songwriters include the so-called Griots. Although amalgamated in one phrase, Afro-Folk encompasses many musical styles that varies from tribe to tribe across...
Re-Introducing Georges Brassens

Re-Introducing Georges Brassens

Intro French singer-songwriter and poet Georges Brassens was born 22nd October 1921, in Sète, a small harbour town on the French Mediterranean coast from a notoriously anti-cleric dad and a strictly catholic mum. It is one of his teacher that introduces him to poetry,...
Re-introducing Pierre Akendengué

Re-introducing Pierre Akendengué

Gabonese Singer-songwriter Pierre Akendengué fuses his African upbringing and his European further education to find and never part from his true self and passion: being a music artist. Pierre Akendengue has been one of the great masters of 20th-21st century...