John Henry Bonham (May 31, 1948 – September 25, 1980) was the drummer for the English rock band Led Zeppelin. He was one of the best and most influential drummers in music…
Evelyn Glennie is a musical prodigy who has changed the way we listen to music. Her story is a powerful reminder that our limitations are often self-imposed, and that with the right mindset, we can achieve anything we set our minds to. So next time you listen to music, try to listen how Evelyn Glennie does – not just with your ears, but with your whole body. You might just discover a whole new way to experience music.
Lucky Dube’s legacy is one that goes beyond the borders of South Africa. He was a trailblazer in bringing reggae to the mainstream of African music and bridging the divide between different cultures. Dube’s music helped give Africa a voice and bring its culture to the world, joining the global reggae scene. His music was not just a way to have fun but also a way to fight oppression and political struggles. The lyrics in his music and message are still relevant today. Reminding us of how music can heal, motivate, and bring about change.
Fally Ipupa has been pursuing a successful solo career since 2006. With five multi-platinum albums, the musician transcends African borders by fusing traditional Congolese music (Rhumba and Ndombolo) with more urban pop sounds. with multiple collaborations (Aya Nakamura, MHD, Diamond Platnumz, and Alpha Blondy). Fally Ipupa created his own sound, embraced technology, and was completely open to the world.
Weedie is a creative performer of the highest caliber. Equipped with an instinctive capacity to attract entire audiences to his djembe rhythm. Using his incredible speed and agility, astonishing skills, and breadth of knowledge. He guides listeners on a rhythmic voyage through Africa and the Diaspora. According to the OFFBEAT magazine, his ability to adapt to a variety of styles has made him a unique and in-demand talent