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Do you fancy the strong rhythm and melodious vocals of music of African origin? Tune in to Music Africana to enjoy the best of sounds and vibes of all genres; afrobeat, highlife, R&B, jazz, a cappella!

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African Music Safari

21 Nov 2016 01:06 | By: Charles Agbuduwe

Music Africana returned with the another exciting musical tour of the sunny continent from Lagos to Luanda and Juba to Johannesburg!


Jupa (remix)- J Martins ft Fally Ipupa (Nigeria/DR Congo)
Selfie- Koffi Olomide (DR Congo)
Be My Lover- Banky W (Nigeria)
Hawajui- Vanessa Mdee (Tanzania)
Vamos Ficar Por Aqui- C4 Pedro (Angola)
Obi Mu (remix)- Obiwon featuring MI, Gucci Young, Blaise, Illbliss (Nigeria)
We Fall- Emmanuel Jal (South Sudan)
Pana- Teckno (Nigeria)
Homeless- The Kenyan Boys Choir (Kenya)
Baba Yetu- Christopher Tin/Soweto Gospel Choir (South Africa)
Bye Bye- Asem featuring Kwabena (Ghana)

Music Africana returns live next Sunday at 2300 hours!
Twitter: @Charleyng

African diva delight!

15 Nov 2016 23:20 | By: Charles Agbuduwe

The week after the surprising election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, Music Africana returned with a special dedication to female African musicians.

Umqombothi- Yvonne Chaka Chaka (South Africa)
SA- Irene Logan (Ghana)
Show- Victoria Kimani (Kenya)
Kele Kele- Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Bottom belle- Omawumi (Nigeria)
Eghonghon- Benita Iyere-Okojie (Nigeria)
Jailer- Asa (Nigeria)
One Love-Onyeka Onwenu feat. Samsong (Nigeria)
Kuchi Kuchi- J'odie (Nigeria)
Malaika-Miriam Makeba (South Africa)
We are One-Angelique Kidjo (Benin Republic)

African Proverb: If you are a leader, be more like the moon, not the sun (Congo).

Music Africana returns next Sunday at 11pm (2300hrs GMT).

Twitter: @charleyng

Vibes and Votes!

07 Nov 2016 12:07 | By: Charles Agbuduwe

Music Africana returns with a selection from the diverse rhythms and tunes from across Africa.

With just over 48 hours before the United States elects a new president, Charley discusses what is perhaps the most controversial election in US history. What do Africans think about the US elections? Find out in this exciting episode of Music Africana!


Waka Waka (Time for Africa)-University of Rochester Yellow Jackets (USA)

My Number One- Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)

Highlife Dancing- Ofori Amponsah (Ghana)

Près du coeur- Les Patrons ft J Martins (Ivory Coast/Nigeria)

Ntanina Kwame- Cabo Snoop, Kyaku Kyadaff (Angola)

Kukere- Iyanya (Nigeria)

Teacher don't teach me nonsense- Fela Anikulapo-Kuti (Nigeria)

This week's African Proverb is from Uganda:  "By working together, the teeth can chew the meat."

Music Africana returns live next Sunday at 2300 hours GMT (11PM UK time) on CAM FM 97.2

The return of Music Africana

31 Oct 2016 22:20 | By: Charles Agbuduwe

Charley returned to Cam FM with a special edition of Music Africana in commemoration of Black History Month featuring music from Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Ivory Coast and Kenya.

The spotlight was on how African artistes employed music as a tool for positive change across the continent particularly in the fight against apartheid.


Gate le Coin-Awilologomba (Congo)

Collabo- P Square ft Don Jazzy (Nigeria)

Down on One- Sarkodie ft Fuse ODG (Ghana)

Happiness-Mafikizolo ft May D (South Africa)

Premier Gaou- Sound System (Ivory Coast)

Sweet Love- Akothee ft Diamond (Kenya)

Free Mandela, Free Africa- Majek Fashek (Nigeria)

Beasts of No Nation-Fela Kuti (Nigeria)

Black President-Brenda Fassie (South Africa)