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Music, rhythms and chants from the ancient African Kingdom of Buganda, nowdays known as Uganda.

Tracks Listed In: Uganda

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Eguije Atilogwou (11.95MB) - See more info.

A fast and thumping percussive tribal groove that fuses core musical and percussive elements from the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Xangô
Eguije Atilogwou - Percussion (11.95MB) - See more info.

A fast and thumping percussive tribal groove that fuses core musical and percussive elements from the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Xangô
Kalimba Kool (6.64MB) - See more info.

A bouncy, happy track featuring kalimba (thumb piano) with acoustic guitar, bass, drums and congas.

Dave Yowell
Kalimba Kool-cues combo (18.77MB) - See more info.

A bouncy, happy track featuring kalimba (thumb piano) with acoustic guitar, bass, drums and congas.

Dave Yowell
Laid Back 'n grooving - no bass (10.36MB) - See more info.

A light and groovy acoustic piece featuring Afro-Latin / Caribbean percussion and acoustic guitar.

Sultan Makendé
Laid back n' grooving - full version (9.58MB) - See more info.

A light and groovy acoustic piece featuring Afro-Latin / Caribbean percussion and acoustic guitar.

Sultan Makendé
Marimba Rapida (10.38MB) - See more info.
Frenetic, fast, traditional African marimba piece, performed by the royal musicians of the Kabaka (king) of Buganda.
Dave Yowell
Matata Mkubwa-full version (19.25MB) - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - " A big problem"  in  the Swahili language from Africa.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-no percussion (19.27MB) - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of electronic synths, beats, and African chanting, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé
Matata Mkubwa-No vocals (19.23MB) - See more info.

Matata Mkubwa - Big Trouble in Swahili
A slow an pulsating fusion of African percussion with electronic synths and beats, giving a feeling of tension, anxiety, stress and wierdness.

Sultan Makendé

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