Chadian Producer Afrotronix Wants to Redefine Afrobeat In His New Album
On his latest release Nomadix, the forward-thinking producer Afrotronix flaunts the different production styles he’s acquired over the years.
The Stories You Need To Know: White Farmer Evicted In Zimbabwe, Tanzania’s Pregnant Schoolgirl Ban Angers Women, And More
A white commercial farmer by the name Robert Smart was evicted by heavily armed riot police outside Rusape town, and more stories from the continent.
6 Recent Times France Has Intervened in Africa
Here are six recent times that France has intervened on the African continent.
Meet Afrotronix, the Chadian Producer Pushing Futuristic Rhythms
We talk to Afrotronix, the producer blending Chadian popular music with dubstep and deep house to create a potent club sound.
Kagame Shows Off His First African Union E-Passport Stamp
Chadian President Deby’s fifth swearing-in ceremony offered an occasion for Rwandan President Kagame to pick up his first e-passport stamp.
New Study Says North Africa Is About To Be Hot AF
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa
Public Enemy Salute All 54 African Countries In The Video For ‘Mine Again’
Fictitious Lagos Couple Host ‘The African Renaissance,’ A New Conceptual Art Exhibition In London
African Film At Cannes 2013
London: Film Africa 2011 Festival
More than 50 African films will be shown at the Film Africa 2011 Festival in London Nov.3 – Nov.13.
Video: Les Nubians Live at The Shrine in Chicago
Les Nubians heat up the stage at The Shrine in Chicago, performing, discussing their new album, and more.
Les Nubians Take Their New Sound To The Stage
Les Nubians perform a sold out show for the Philadelphia International Festival of Arts at the Kimmel Center.