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  • Banda Maravilha

    (522 listeners)

    angolan, semba, banda maravilha, african

  • Gonzalo Rubalcaba

    (45,633 listeners)

    jazz, jazz piano, piano, latin

    Gonzalo Rubalcaba (born May 27, 1963 in Havana,Cuba) is a jazz pianist. A prolific virtuoso and composer, he fuses Cuban and American influences into a powerful and innovative hybrid. Known for his stupefying and unbridled command of the keyboard throughout the 90s, his recent work has shown broader range.

  • Ismael Lo

    (12,855 listeners)

    senegalese, world, africa, afro

  • Jonathan Butler

    (46,939 listeners)

    smooth jazz, guitar, jazz, african

    At thirteen, Jonathan's talents caught the ears and eyes of British record producer Clive Caulder. He was signed to Caulder's Jive Records and as the old cliche goes, the rest is history.

  • Kanda

    (3,160 listeners)

    boys and girls singing together, indie pop, synth twee, indie bubblegum

    Kanda catchy twinkle and shimmer invoke images of robots tucking in little kids at night underneath glow-in-the-dark stars tacked to the ceiling Kanda are: Arland - singing, guitar, synth, pianica, programming, toy xylophone/glockenspiel

  • Liquideep

    (4,125 listeners)

    house, south african, liquideep, mzansi house

    Liquideed is a multi-award winning duo, with the ambition, talent and appeal on the Dance and soulful vocal house music scene. Liquideep, comprised of singer, songwriter and producer “Ziyon” and DJ, producer “Ryzor” originally joined forces in 2007 sharing a mutual love of hook-laden, melodically rich, deep house music.

  • Mayra Andrade

    (57,639 listeners)

    cabo verde, female vocalists, world, world music

    Cape-verdean born in La Havana, Cuba, in 1985, the precocious talents of Mayra Andrade first reached a world stage in 2001. That’s when the singer won her country’s first gold medal at the Jeux de la Francophonie in Canada. Her crystalline and agile voice has since graced stages on the four continents. In 2006, Andrade released her first CD “Navega”, on the Sony/BMG label.

  • MOREIRA CHONGUIÇA

    (1 listener)

  • Roberta Gambarini

    (19,179 listeners)

    jazz, jazz vocal, female vocalists, female vocal

    Roberta Gambarini was born in Torino, Italy, into a family where jazz was much loved and appreciated. She began listening to this music as a child and started taking clarinet lessons when she was twelve years old. By the time she was 17, she began singing and performing in jazz clubs around Northern Italy and at the age of 18, she decided to move to Milan to pursue a career as a jazz singer.

  • Roy Hargrove

    (98,124 listeners)

    jazz, trumpet, contemporary jazz, funk

    Roy A. Hargrove (born October 16, 1969) is an American jazz trumpeter. Hargrove was born in Dallas, Texas, and was discovered as a potential jazz talent when Wynton Marsalis visited his high school. One of his biggest influences was saxophone player David “Fathead” Newman, who played with the Ray Charles Band at Hargrove’s junior high school.

  • Rui VelosoUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (24,177 listeners)

    portuguese, portugal, rock, blues

    Rui Veloso, born in 1957, is a Portuguese rock singer and musician. Regarded as the “father of Portuguese rock”, this composer and interpreter had a great impact on the Portuguese music scene with the record Ar de Rock (April 1980).

  • Sibongile Khumalo

    (20,010 listeners)

    african, south africa, africa, female vocalists

    This South African Songstress was featured in the South African Music Documentary "Amandla!" Sibongile Khumalo is one of the leading ladies in the South African tradition of heavenly voices.

  • Simmons Massini

    (14 listeners)

  • Yami

    (2,183 listeners)

    visual kei, jazz, world, russian