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Senegalese-born N’Dour talks about his career and “I Bring What I Love“, the new documentary film about his music, on Canadian TV program, Studio Q.

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Simon Cowell’s progeny.

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Saxophone player and bandleader Zim Ngqawana (you can hear a bit of Abdullah Ibrahim in Zim’s music) this Friday in the annual Vision Jazz Festival in Lower Manhattan. Here’s the details.

Friday, June 12th, on the Abrons Main Stage, 466 Grand Street
11:00 pm
Collective Quartet
featuring: Zim Ngqawana – sax
Matthew Shipp – piano
William Parker – bass
Nasheet Waits – drums

HT: Marlon Burgess.

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There’s a lot more going in Botswana than just Alexander McCall Smith’s imagination and President Ian Khama‘s social life.

Like the people behind Ruff Riddims) who are producing good music, like Skeat’s “Meropa.”

HT: Wayne and Wax

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The lead single, “Box n Locks” from the debut album of London-raised, South African born Mpho (Skeef) (she’s the daughter of South African musician, Sipho ‘Hotsticks’ Mabuse)

Sample more of her music (including a free album mp3 mix, go here.

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Brit-band The Noisettes‘ “Never Forget You” (from the album ‘Wild Young Hearts’) featuring the voice of part-Zimbabwean lead singer, Shingai Shoniwa.

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