Year: 2010

PAN-AFRICAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2010

The Pan-African Cultural Festival is brought to you by Ark Jammers Connection and ACCDF, Inc (All Cameroonian Cultural and Development Foundation Inc), in Partnership with Listar Love Inc, the Montgomery County African Affairs Advisory Group and diaspora groups from Mali, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Gabon, Cote D’Ivoire, Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Congo, Mauritania, Rwanda, Chad, Madagascar and African Embassies.

HUGO MILLION – Interview Spotlight

“You’ve never seen or heard creativity like this before…Lingala and English? Its history in the making…” says Hugo Million as he prepares to tour Kinshasa, Congo with his new album Muana Ya Amerique. Hugo Million is an Atlanta-based Hip-hop artist and producer with ties to Africa; he was born in the country of Angola but his family is from the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.

NEW ALBUM – ROAD 2 SOMEWHERE

Born in a very musical oriented family, David couldn’t help it but fall in love with music at a very tender age. David Tshibambe is singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, and an accomplished piano player. As a preacher’s kid and child of a mother who participated in the church’s choir, both avenues introduced him to the beauty and magic of melodies.

Why African Teams Never Make It To The World Cup

THE WORLD CUP is being played in Africa this year, and it’s about time. African players have been prominent in global club football for decades now — as many as 1,000 of them play in Europe — and only a bureaucratic inside job ensured that the 2006 tournament went to Germany when South Africa had been widely expected to get the nod from FIFA, the governing body of world soccer.