As we embark on a journey through the vast expanse of Africa, we bring to you a plethora of authenticity. A kaleidoscope of unique and intoxicating vocal harmonies with hints of soul, jazz, funk and deep tribal melodies. Harmonies that have captured the essence of African music for many generations and given it global recognition across all genres including hit club remixes. Every artist on this list deserves implicit recognition so we’ve intentionally omitted any call-outs and deliver this bouquet of tracks to you unbiased and without priority listing. #africaUnite

Fela Kuti – Zombie

1977 – Polydor Records


Pierre Akendengue – Epuguzu

1983 – CBS


Ismael Lo – Dibi Dibi Rek

1994 – UMG


Ali Farka Touré – Ai Du (& Ry Cooder)

1994 – BMG


Baaba Maal – Lam Toro

1992 – Universal UMC


Angelique Kidjo – Agolo

1994 – UMG


Salif Keita – Africa

1995 – Mango


Papa Wemba – Yolele

1995 – RealWorldRecords


Busi Mhlongo – Yehlisan’umoya

1995 – Mango

South Africa

Oliver Mtukudzi – Ndakuvara

2002 – Sheer Sound


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