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Our fans put a smile on our faces anytime we come up on stage to jam and they sing along with us. Now it’s time for us to put one on yours and remind you that there could never be a more befitting curve on you.


Hot, groovy and rhythmic

FRA! takes you back to the era of Ghanaian high school style azonto with this song led by Nana Yaw Ofori-Atta (Thousand). It's hot, groovy and rhythmic and will make you want to dance all day. The song's catchy and simple chorus, "You Dey Feel The Vibe", makes it a great for audience participation. Written in the band's signature feel good style, it's one of the singles off the band's highly anticipated upcoming album, Chale Wote.


Weaving together a unique combination of not only afrobeat, highlife and jazz, but also the ritualistic drumming of Ekombi, the result is urgent and highly energetic, yet spiritual.


Jiggybang is happy to announce the release of his new Afro Dance fusion track titled “Juju”. The rhythms and melodies are quite tactical and sound interesting. The track is inspired by loving unconditionally and people tend to be superstitious of superficial love. “Juju” is a well known word in the Western part of Africa similar to the meaning of the word “charm” in English language.


Inkululeko means freedom & liberty. The freedom of self. Inkululeko is a beautiful meditation to the great future Lyndani endeavours to see.


"Lonely" is based on a true event which took place the day before it was recorded. Everyone in life has passed through that stage when we tend to have fun and chill with new people with different personalities, but at the same time we're not spending time with the true loved ones in our life. Jiggybang is passing a message to true lovers saying "no matter where we are, the different people we meet, we are still irreplaceable". Enjoy "Lonely"! 


Music from the continent and beyond!

Just be with UbuntuFM Africa and you are going to be with the trend of music both locally and internationally. The level of details in the sound quality and broadcasting style ensures their commitment to providing listeners the best possible way to enjoy the music from the African content and beyond.


The song is dedicated to and relates to people who are tired of been hurt in to a relationship.

Seng'bulawa Nguwe means you're killing me, in other words, you're hurting me.


Promising upcoming singer-songwriter ABUDEBI ZONJON shares his most personal material to date, which comes in the shape of his latest single ‘Who We Are’.

Oozing Abudebi’s soothing vocals (similar to Tunde Baiyewu of Lighthouse Family), which perfectly intertwine with melodic tones and a meaty Afro bassline, ‘Who We Are’ was inspired by one of the darkest moments of his life when he was betrayed by a friend who he considered a brother.

Despite the betrayal, Abudebi was determined not to let the experience scar his character.