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Here at music freakdom there is an unfair bias from the Blog stories for American, European and African Music,  meanwhile we have our audience from across the globe, and Music like beauty is universal, a fine Chinese song would sound fine anywhere in the world it is played, likewise, Indian, Russian, Australian, Brazilian, Cuban, Korean, Arab. I could go on forever.  So it  is our policy henceforth to showcase music and talent from other lands across the world so the world can enjoy a rich musical Heritage please come ride with us. Thanks.


In the last five years, the Kenyan music industry has rapidly expanded, moving from rap and hip-hop to Afro-pop and Gengetone. The once-struggling industry has now grown to be worth $1 billion. As a result, the top musicians are increasing their impact across the continent, while the up-and-coming musicians are unfazed. But who are the top-tier and up-and-coming Kenyan musicians? We've laid it all out here. Even though there are many musicians in Kenya, very few are well-known. When we refer to the elite, we mean those having a history of achievement, honors, and worldwide or domestic partnerships.


In the northern city of Tetuan, there were Andalusian bands made of female instrumentalists, a traditional "girl band" that sang and played showing the participation of women in musical practice. Sheikhats are female musicians and dancers that can be found in rural locations. They directed bands of male musicians and occasionally sang to convey political statements. One of them was the 19th-century singer Kharboucha, who criticized both the local rulers and the French colonial authorities. She rose to prominence in Aita's music history and became a symbol of resistance. Women's voices are a representation of authority and control in the Rif Mountains of northern Morocco.


After the middle of the 19th century, flamenco songs were frequently accompanied by guitar music, a palo seco (Spanish: "dry stick," a stick that was beat on the ground to keep time), and a dancer who displayed a combination of choreographed and improvised dance styles. Since then, the flamenco dance known as baile has dominated the genre despite never being performed solo. Cantaor, a singer, tells legends and stories from everyday life that reflect the experiences of an outcast subculture within predominantly white, Christian Spain as an accompaniment to the dancers (bailaor [male], bailaora [female]). The dancer serves as both the story's protagonist and its translator in the song.


Caribbean Sea that are dispersed east of Central America, north of South America, and southeast of the Gulf of Mexico. Cuba, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Trinidad & Tobago, and other nations are included in the Caribbean.


Slavery and colonialism were two significant impacts on the development of Caribbean dance. Africans who were brought to the islands as slaves to work on massive plantations brought their traditions and drumming with them. They created instruments and preserved aspects of their civilizations using the materials at hand. With them came the music and dance traditions of the French and Spanish colonies. The Taino people, who resided on several islands, including Cuba and Jamaica, also incorporated dancing aspects into their celebrations.


People music of Armenia comprise of various classes of the society melodies. For instance various working melody for ranchers which are acted in a wide range of perspectives. Wedding melodies are one more piece of conventional tunes. They comprise of around 100 tunes which every one of them is for explicit second in the service. Love and dance tunes are one more two classes for people melodies in Armenia. There are assorted rhythms and examples for dance melodies.


The musicality of the advanced tango holds the 2/4 or 4/4 beats for every action with two upbeats and two downbeats, with continuous utilization of complemented notes, nostalgic verses, abrupt changes in elements, utilization of slides (glissandi), frequently utilization of staccato (walk like expressions), serious yet melancholic mind-set and opportunity for extemporization that is energized by its old jazz beginnings. It is exceptionally interesting to find tango music that comprises just beats. The tango is known as one of the most versatile musical and dancing styles in the world, being able to morph quickly with the changes in musical styles, social environment or even changes in clothing fashion! In recent years tango music evolved into many new styles, including Tango Nuevo, Electro Tango and other.


These guys started as teenage funk rockers bursting with energy, then evolved into a stylish rock band with just the right amount of darkness to give their pop-perfect songs an alluring edge. Back in 2004, there weren’t many places in the world you could go without hearing “In the Shadows” on the radio at some point in the day. Dead Letters, the album that single was taken from, formed a worldwide smash. The band is especially popular in Asia and Europe – one of its members now lives in Singapore and another in Italy – not bad for a bunch of teenagers who just got together to play some funky jams all those years ago.

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Baul music is one of Bangladesh and India’s most fascinating musical genres. The Baul are mystic minstrels, traditional poets, singers, and storytellers, from Bengal (eastern India and Bangladesh). With their flowing saffron robes, long jet black hair, rolling eyes, and swaying hips, they sing in their high keening voices to the frenzied accompaniment of their traditional instruments.


Furious and fierce can be used to describe some of our artists. They've been described as a soldier that dares to cross territories and gain entry to other countries just to promote their music or increase their fame, but their lack of knowledge or proper investigation and respect for the customs, values, and norms of the countries they are about to step in has to spur them enormous lost forever. Below are the 10 artists that have been banned from entering certain countries. 


The revolution of Africa sound becomes a reality every day by day as a result of the wild saturation of talented humans in the globe today. Firms and Tech. organizations have placed a cognizance attention on the great talent bridging the gap between Africa and others. Across the continent, Africa musicians have been identified as legends that cannot be erase in history. Below are the list of top Africa musicians who have impacted the world with their music.


The Czech Republic, also known by its short-form name Czechia and formerly known as Bohemia, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is bordered by Austria to the south, Germany to the west, Poland to the northeast, and Slovakia to the southeast. The Czech Republic has a hilly landscape that covers an area of 78,871 square kilometres (30,452 sq mi) with a mostly temperate continental and oceanic climate. Czech Republic, or Czechia as it's uncommonly referred to, still exudes the air of a country that's been relatively untouched by swarms of tourism and fanfare.


He started singing at the age of 4. He went to Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs in 2006 without the title Malik. However, he didn't win the show. Later Armaan learnt Hindustani classical music for 10 years and went to learn western music from Berklee College of Music, Boston. In 2014, Armaan sang "Tumko Toh Aana Hi Tha", "Love You Till The End (House Mix)" and the "Title Track" for Salman Khan's movie Jai Ho.


African Continent has over the decades produced soul touching music that has put the continent out there. Great musicians from the African soil have produced music that can keep you on your feet or heal a broken heart.


Bhangra competitions grow in popularity. As modern bhangra music drew closer to Western influences, its traditional dance forms also adopted new choreography. A staple of Punjab entertainment for decades, Bhangra competitions featuring bhangra teams performing traditional dance moves began to spring up in the United Kingdom, United States of America, and Canada. These international contests added Western dance styles to their repertoire, which proved extremely popular with younger audiences.



Arab music is the music of the Arab world with all its diverse music styles and genres. Arabic countries have many rich and varied styles of music and also many linguistic dialects, with each country and region having their own traditional music.

Arabic music has a long history of interaction with many other regional musical styles and genres. It represents the music of all the peoples that make up the Arab world today.


She played guitar as a child and began writing her own music in high school. Jessie and her family then moved to Brampton. Her roots brought her back to Toronto during her sophomore year. After graduating, she opted out of college and instead chose to pursue her music while doing odd jobs on the side. In 2012, Reyez and her family moved to Florida, where she was primarily bartending and busking on the beach, but she returned to Toronto.


The Impatient Sisters have gained a ton of following in Malaysia by having a long repertoire of past shows which includes being the opening act for The Jezabels and for Dia Frampton in The Bee, Publika in 2012 and 2013 respectively. They gave also performed in festivals such as Urbanscapes in 2012 and Kakiseni in 2013, and for multiple launch parties such as for Fred Perry, Hanger Magazine, and Blackberry. What more, they’ve won awards for ‘Best New Find’ in Juice Magazine in 2011 and ‘Artist of the Week’ for MTV Iggy in 2013.



The Caribbean Community has been exporting creative and intellectual talent to and growing talent within the U.S. for many decades. The Caribbean islands beckon tourists from across the globe, as they are blessed with powdery white sand beaches, palm trees, waterfalls, and wildlife. The islands offer vacationers snorkeling, fruity drinks, nightlife, and dazzling music, ranging from reggae to calypso to salsa. Some of the famous people of Caribbean descent on this list may even surprise you.