TGIF! The best of 2011: great music discoveries


Staff Benda Bilili. I highly recommend the film, Benda Bilili – a documentary about the groups rise from poverty and obscurity to international success. It's proper feel-good.


"Musical painter" Lionel Loueke (left) and songstress Zaki Ibrahim.


Ntjam Rosie (check out the beautiful video on the post).


Debra Debs (left) and percussionist Adriano Adewale.

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Lyrical genius, M3NSA. Check out his Afri-love interview too. No.1 Mango Street is officially one of my favourite albums from 2011.

What great music did you discover this year?


In case you missed them, here are the best of 2011 posts from earlier this week:

Whether you're staying in or doing it real big this weekend – have a happy new year! Thanks for reading and supporting Afri-love. See you back here in 2012.

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2 thoughts on “TGIF! The best of 2011: great music discoveries”

  1. Hi Adiya, thanks for your comment – I’m really happy that you’re enjoying the blog. Let me know what kinds of content you’re looking forward to this year.

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