SRI LANKA: music, Bathiya & Santhush. Bathiya & Santhush (BNS) were a pop/rap duo composed of Bathiya Jayakody and Santhush Weeraman […].  Since 1998, they have released six albums and had seven Sri Lankan number one singles. Bathiya & Santhush are one of the biggest musical acts to hit the Sri Lankan musical scene since the 1990s, mixing Sinhala, Tamil and English lyrics in their originals, bringing out their contemporary style and revolutionising the music industry in Sri Lanka.

SRI LANKA: music, Bathiya & Santhush. Bathiya & Santhush (BNS) were a pop/rap duo composed of Bathiya Jayakody and Santhush Weeraman […]. Since 1998, they have released six albums and had seven Sri Lankan number one singles. Bathiya & Santhush are one of the biggest musical acts to hit the Sri Lankan musical scene since the 1990s, mixing Sinhala, Tamil and English lyrics in their originals, bringing out their contemporary style and revolutionising the music industry in Sri Lanka.

NEPAL: music, Ram Krishna Dhakal. am Krishna Dakhal started his musical carrier early in his childhood when he covered popular songs by another prominent singer of Nepal, Narayan Gopal. During his early period, Dakhal struggled singing amongst his group but he soon broke out into national attention and ultimately established himself as one of the most popular Nepalese artists. He rose to fame with his song "Orali lageko harin ko chhal bho".

NEPAL: music, Ram Krishna Dhakal. am Krishna Dakhal started his musical carrier early in his childhood when he covered popular songs by another prominent singer of Nepal, Narayan Gopal. During his early period, Dakhal struggled singing amongst his group but he soon broke out into national attention and ultimately established himself as one of the most popular Nepalese artists. He rose to fame with his song "Orali lageko harin ko chhal bho".

KENYA: music, Abana Ba Nasery.  Abana Ba Nasery was a musical group from Kenya. The group was led by Shem Tube (vocals & guitar), backed by Justo Osala (guitar) and Enos Okola (percussion). The group came from Bunyore, Western Province.  The group existed in the 60's and 70's before disbanding.

KENYA: music, Abana Ba Nasery. Abana Ba Nasery was a musical group from Kenya. The group was led by Shem Tube (vocals & guitar), backed by Justo Osala (guitar) and Enos Okola (percussion). The group came from Bunyore, Western Province. The group existed in the 60's and 70's before disbanding.

Drum  Asante, mid-20th century  The National Museum of African Art    Ntan (en-tan) bands were popular among the Asante peoples of Ghana between 1920s and 1950s. They performed on occasions such as naming ceremonies, weddings, funerals and traditional festivals—any event where entertainment was needed.   This is in contrast to other musical instruments and performances that were reserved for the court.

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Drum Asante, mid-20th century The National Museum of African Art Ntan (en-tan) bands were popular among the Asante peoples of Ghana between 1920s and 1950s. They performed on occasions such as naming ceremonies, weddings, funerals and traditional festivals—any event where entertainment was needed. This is in contrast to other musical instruments and performances that were reserved for the court.

CHINA: 12 Girls Band is an all female Chinese musical group that initially consisted of twelve members before the addition of a thirteenth. Twelve Girls Band uses traditional Chinese instruments to play both traditional Chinese and Western music.Each woman is classically-trained, and the band members come from various conservatories in the People's Republic of China (PRC), including the China Academy of Music, the Chinese National Orchestra, and the Central Conservatory of Music.

CHINA: 12 Girls Band is an all female Chinese musical group that initially consisted of twelve members before the addition of a thirteenth. Twelve Girls Band uses traditional Chinese instruments to play both traditional Chinese and Western music.Each woman is classically-trained, and the band members come from various conservatories in the People's Republic of China (PRC), including the China Academy of Music, the Chinese National Orchestra, and the Central Conservatory of Music.

GHANA: music, Samini. His genre of music is a melodious mixture of highlife, dancehall, reggae and hip-hop. He terms his brand of music as the “African dancehall.”

GHANA: music, Samini. His genre of music is a melodious mixture of highlife, dancehall, reggae and hip-hop. He terms his brand of music as the “African dancehall.”

SRI LANKA: music, Ashanthi. Ashanthi de Alwis is a female Sri Lankan music artist. She is the only Sri Lankan female R / hip-hop artist to be signed to an international record label, Universal Records in 2003 and Sony Entertainment in 2006. She began as a singer with Bathiya and Santhush, and continued that role after achieving solo success.

SRI LANKA: music, Ashanthi. Ashanthi de Alwis is a female Sri Lankan music artist. She is the only Sri Lankan female R / hip-hop artist to be signed to an international record label, Universal Records in 2003 and Sony Entertainment in 2006. She began as a singer with Bathiya and Santhush, and continued that role after achieving solo success.

GHANA: music, Ruff-N-Smooth.  Ruff N Smooth is a Ghanaian music group made up of Ruff (Bullet) & Smooth (Akhan).  Their debut single, She Get Swagger, has been a major hit in Ghana.

GHANA: music, Ruff-N-Smooth. Ruff N Smooth is a Ghanaian music group made up of Ruff (Bullet) & Smooth (Akhan). Their debut single, She Get Swagger, has been a major hit in Ghana.

UGANDA: music, Chameleon. Chameleon is an East African Super star and now trying to roll out to the international scene as exhibited by his many awards won both locally and internationally.  Uganda Kenya and Tanzania are linked by Swahili and Jose has proved that he can be a Swahili entertainer through music.  Recently he released a single titled Maokao Na Maoko in a Zimbabwean Language, and as the saying goes for music you do not need to know the meaning of the song before you appreciate…

UGANDA: music, Chameleon. Chameleon is an East African Super star and now trying to roll out to the international scene as exhibited by his many awards won both locally and internationally. Uganda Kenya and Tanzania are linked by Swahili and Jose has proved that he can be a Swahili entertainer through music. Recently he released a single titled Maokao Na Maoko in a Zimbabwean Language, and as the saying goes for music you do not need to know the meaning of the song before you appreciate…

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