World music matters
World Music Matters is RFI's weekly rendez vous with musicians making global beats.
Senegal's Natty Jean imagines brighter days for west African youth
Edgar: new voice of rap from Brazil favela
Bongeziwe Mabandla: a modern 'miracle' from South Africa
Salif Keita: 'Golden voice of Africa' prepares release of final album
Winston McAnuff & Fixi: Big Brothers
Jazz allowed Jowee Omicil to 'speak many languages'
Madagascar's Kristel takes Europe by storm
Sudan's forgotten musical heritage revived with violins and synths
Soweto's BCUC: psychosomatic flows grow on you
Mali's Fatoumata Diawara has a lot to say
Cape Verdean Carmen Souza and the Creole connection
Susheela Raman: making Ghost Gamelan 'like sculpting metal'
South Africa's Laurinda Hofmeyr sets francophone African poets to music
South Africa's Sam Tshabalala releases Back and Forth
Dafné Kritharas sings 'jewels of the Aegean'
Etenesh Wassié: the blueswoman and 'hurricaine' from Addis
Yiddish Glory album breathes new life into lost Soviet Jewish WWII songs
Lekhfa: alternative music for Egypt's connected generation
Senegal's Alune Wade serves up classy African Fast Food
British bard L.A. Salami muses on terrorism, Brexit and the lost generation