Snippets of the December 2013 edition of Matinee du Monde at Podium Grounds in Rotterdam. This time featuring Ntjam Rosie and the regular host Omar Ka.
Barbie Lindsha a young rising star was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone but currently lives in Germany. She is a uniquely talented singer, rapper, dancer and model. This is the video of her latest hit single “Yours Forever” a Salone Afro-pop dance song.
My World is a Swahili Kizomba song from the versatile and multi talented Justin Maremba. Currently Justin Maremba is working on a solid solo album with one of the leading local producers that’s expected to be released late this year. He sings in Swahili, English, and KiEmbu.
Liberian singer Dahai Ghaa new collaboration with Congo’s finest Papa Wemba and Cameroon’s Princesse Joss Kalim
Tamikrest in concert in Grounds, Rotterdam in February 2013 as part of their European tour. Africa Web TV was there to cover the concert of this desert blues exponents.
Thomas Gesthuizen is at the forefront of bringing African Hip-hop to a wider audience. As founder of africanhiphop.com, he has contributed a lot to raising awareness of the Hip-hop movement in Africa. He promotes Africa music through internet, radio (both online and on terrestrial radio) and also by bringing Africa …
Africa Web TV’s short coverage of Cameroon’s leading female superstar Lady Ponce first ever concert in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Please forgive the audio quality.
Yvet talks straight about issues. She holds no barrel and pulls no guns. She just tells it as she sees it. In this final episode, Yvet gets up close and personal. She talks about being a single mother, revisits Bill Gates and dogs, talks about the “hello culture” in The …
This is the latest in the series; Enterprising Africans.This time it is the rising singer, songwriter and entertainer Ray Blaze. Ray Blaze talks about his past and current projects and his vision of the future.
The cultural anthropologist Sophie “Sabar” Schouwenaar is a Dutch lady who is a leading exponent of the ancient Senegalese dance called Sabar. Sophie talks about her interest for Sabar and Senegal. We see Sophie in Amsterdam where she lives but we also see her in Senegal doing her “thing” in …