Posts Tagged: music

Let Jazz Morley’s Soulful Voice Carry You Away


I’m very happy to introduce you to Jazz Morley today, an up-and-coming artist on the U.K. scene which should have everyone’s attention. I’m writing this post while listening to one of my favourite songs by this Bournemouth-based singer songwriter, “Bad Love.” If you never miss a New Music Friday playlist on Spotify, you’ve probably heard “Bad Love” or “Take… Read more »

In Uganda: Discovering Local African Music in Kampala


As part of my longstanding relationship with African music, I’ve covered topics such as consumer issues and solutions, the monetization of music in Africa and the scope of the country’s influence on music. I have always been lucky enough to mix business and pleasure and since these previous pieces, the interest I have for sourcing great African music has… Read more »

Back to Africa: The Spread of Music Across the Atlantic


It was yet another business week of meetings in the Cape Verdean capital of Praia. It started with a celebration of traditional hip-shaking (to put it mildly), which you can witness in our most recent viral African Dance hit video by Maahlox Le Vibeur. The Orquestra Nacional de Cabo Verde followed by getting all Funana and playing the highest… Read more »