Archive | February 2, 2014

Kenyan tech startup ‘Waabeh’ fights music piracy

  Hailing from a music background and having worked as a producer for the last fourteen years, Tim Rimbui, co-founder and chief executive officer of music technology startup Waabeh, says he has seen too many musicians work hard in studios only to lose their content to piracy. It is for this reason that he co-founded […]

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Fuse ODG: the Afrobeats trailblazer who’s ready to blow – Guardian

It’s Saturday morning, and Fuse ODG, fresh off a flight from Ghana, is wrapping up an appearance on Soccer AM. No slick, schmoozing Brit School graduate, he seems unused to the frantic banter of TV chat, and makes for a shy but likable guest. Interview done, he steps over to the show’s football challenge, pauses, then […]

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CARLIFONIA: ‘Spirit of Uganda’ presents East African music, dance at University of La Verne

Continuing its effort to create “the La Verne experience,” the University of La Verne’s College of Arts and Science and the Music Department will present the “Spirit of Uganda” in the university’s Morgan Auditorium at 6 p.m. Monday. An abridged, smaller version of the East African music and dance program will expand the cultural awareness […]

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