CategoryOp-Ed

Opinion pieces about African music

Rebranding Announcement

Dear customers, Thank you for visiting our shiny new website! You might be wondering why the URL has automatically changed or why your favourite podcast about African music now takes you here? We rebranded the African Music Industry platform to Moto...

Suzy Eises – Suzy Eises ALBUM REVIEW Namibia

My love affair with Namibian music has continued well into 2018. Young, gifted and African, Suzy Eises has a very mild demeanour. Almost unassuming to an extent. It doesn’t understate her presence yet you could take it for granted. Until she starts...

MzVee – Davee ALBUM REVIEW

My first taste of the DaaVee album is the title track Daavi which featured on the Moto Moto Podcast episode 12. It is a song about self-belief and perseverance which boasts a well-layered mid tempo groove with a pentatonic bassline. MzVee’s voice is...

Sally Boss Madam – My Black ALBUM REVIEW Namibia

I first discovered award-winning Sally Ephraim Keya a.k.a Sally Boss Madam’s music in 2017 when I was researching Namibian music to showcase on the Moto Moto Podcast The first song I listened to was What You Say which is a smooth and sexy vibe from...

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