Mari Malek, better known as the first South Sudanese DJ Stiletto!

Mari Malek, better known as the first South Sudanese DJ Stiletto!

Posted on Monday 5 March. Played 14 times.

Sudanese artist Zeezo:

Zeezo’s Highly anticipated mix-tape LOUD & DISCREET has finally arrived!

He’s been killing the local scene in his hometown Washington DC/Virginia (DMV) Traveling state to state touring independently creating a large buzz. Zeezo gives you his life in this project using swift, witty, raw lyrical content from the HEART & SOUL, sure to boggle but catch the attention of the masses.

THE BALANCE OF THE ART FOLLOW @cle_zeezo City Limits Entertainment, Nova Musik Group, Authentically Dope Audio

We have lost one of our most talented, our hero and a true legend. May you Rest in Peace Alsayed Wardi. 

We have lost one of our most talented, our hero and a true legend. May you Rest in Peace Alsayed Wardi. 

“Ruth Mathiang is one of the rising stars of African music in Toronto. She comes from a musical family, where both her parents were musicians in their youth. Starting with musical weekends where her family would gather around and sing songs, she followed her parents’ footsteps by joining musical clubs and composing and singing her own songs in high school. In Kenya, she performed with local musicians, in styles ranging from traditional music to hip hop. Her CDs were well received and led to performances in many local and international events in Canada and the States, including events such as “The Lost Boys and Lost Girls Conference” held in Phoenix, Arizona, and the Hot and Spicy musical festival in Toronto. 
Ruth’s songs represent her hopes and dreams for the world, and especially her home country.”

Ruth Mathiang is one of the rising stars of African music in Toronto. She comes from a musical family, where both her parents were musicians in their youth. Starting with musical weekends where her family would gather around and sing songs, she followed her parents’ footsteps by joining musical clubs and composing and singing her own songs in high school. In Kenya, she performed with local musicians, in styles ranging from traditional music to hip hop. Her CDs were well received and led to performances in many local and international events in Canada and the States, including events such as “The Lost Boys and Lost Girls Conference” held in Phoenix, Arizona, and the Hot and Spicy musical festival in Toronto. 

Ruth’s songs represent her hopes and dreams for the world, and especially her home country.

Mosno Al-Moseeki, the 3rd World Rocker!
“Mosno Al-Moseeki, the 3rd World Rocker, plays Eclectic Desert Rock. He is originally from Sudan, is known for his Arab-poetic lyrics, and pentatonic blend of acoustic alternative rock. 
His voice has been compared to Brandon Boyd of Incubus, Richie Havens, & his songwriting has been compared to Sting.
By joining forces with international artists Sahffi, Marc Avon Evans, and global DJ N’Dinga Gaba, he has became an active member of the international electronic group t3N, who are now heard all over South Africa & Europe.”

Mosno Al-Moseeki, the 3rd World Rocker!

Mosno Al-Moseeki, the 3rd World Rocker, plays Eclectic Desert Rock. He is originally from Sudan, is known for his Arab-poetic lyrics, and pentatonic blend of acoustic alternative rock. 

His voice has been compared to Brandon Boyd of Incubus, Richie Havens, & his songwriting has been compared to Sting.

By joining forces with international artists Sahffi, Marc Avon Evans, and global DJ N’Dinga Gaba, he has became an active member of the international electronic group t3N, who are now heard all over South Africa & Europe.

Mosno Al-Moseeki: The 3rd World Rocker!

Check out the talented Sudanese musician, Mosno Al-Moseeki!

He was previously featured on Oh Yeah, Sudan HERE!

"Salaams my Suda-Peeps,

I’m a Sudanese musicians, & I tend to have many musical adventures, I constantly update my website every week to keep my fans & friends updated on my activities, be it performances, or updates on my up coming concept album.

www.mosno.net

Thank you in advance for your time, and happy blogging :)” - Message from Mosno Al-Moseeki

“Sudanese-American singer al Sarah in New York. Photo by Michael Marquand." -Helo Magazine

Sudanese-American singer al Sarah in New York. Photo by Michael Marquand." -Helo Magazine

Famous sudanese signer dies in Cairo - Sudanese singer and composer, Zaydan Ibrahim died Saturday at the age of 68 years from liver complications in Egypt, the official Sudan Radio reported from Cairo, Egypt.


Zaydan, known mostly in Sudan, Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon, Eritrea and Ethiopia, was born in Omdurman in 1943.

Popularly called ‘Brown Nightingale’, he drew his fame from romantic songs in Arabic and his stylish stage performance and was awarded the state Star of Merit on Literature and Fine Arts in 1976." -Afrique en ligne

Mr. Ibrahim was and always will be remembered as a highly talented and highly respected artist. May he rest in peace and our deepest condolences go out to his family. 

From War to Awards, The Musical Path of Lam

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Award winning South Sudanese musician Lam Tungwar is best known to music fans simply as Lam. Born in 1983, Lam fled the civil war as a child with his parents into neighboring Ethiopia. But political turmoil there again forced him to move on, this time joining the Sudan People’s Liberation Army as a child soldier. It was as a young warrior that Lam found his voice, entertaining older soldiers with songs, a talent that would eventually bring him the attention and patronage of the late Dr. John Garang, the SPLA commander at the time. After the war, Lam put down his gun and concentrated on music, spreading a message of peace as a UN Special Ambassador in his homeland, while producing three albums. Lam also organized rallies in the lead up to the historic referendum on South Sudan’s independence. It seemed like sweet justice then when, just weeks after independence was officially declared that the video of his song, “Stay in Love,” won the best video award at the East Africa Music Awards ceremony in Nairobi. Lam Tungwal says he hopes the award helps open the door for young South Sudanese to begin to dominate the music scene in the region.

wetbehindthears:

Al Itshitit - Mustafa Al Sunni & Abd Al Hafiz Karar