Global Oslo Music proudly presents BUSI NCUBE

Publisert 27/06/10

Global Oslo Music is proud to present Busi Ncube in Oslo


Busi is a leading light for female mbira songstresses in Zimbabwe; she sings in 6 African languages and her distinctive singing style has made her popular with music fans throughout the region.
As a founder member of the afro-fusion group Illanga, alongside Andy Brown, the late Don Gumbo, and Keith Farkharson thee group released a number of hit tracks through the ’90′s.
Busi has collaborated with many famous musicians and has performed alongside Youssou n’Dour, Bruce Springsteen, Marie Boine and many more.
Global Oslo Music is proud to present Busi Ncube in Oslo!!!

torsdag 1. juli
på Dattera til Hagen
doors open : 21.30
concert : 22.30
cc: kr 80 (tickets on door only)

DJs before and after


Publisert 02/06/10


Baba Raku Orchestra plays afrobeat like it was done by Fela Kuti, Antibalas and so on, some originals and some covers.
The band consists of some great norwegian Jazz musicians who play with a love for afrobeat that is guarunteed to get the whole place moving!!

Andre Roligheten, sax (Albatrosh, young jazzmusician of the year 2008)

Klaus Holm, sax

Per Zanussi, el-bass

Ståle L. Solberg, perc

Ole T. Kolberg trommer

Anders Nærø, gitar

Doors open: 21.00
Concert start: 22.30
Klubb med DJ Nefertiti til 03.00
CC: kr 80

Conscious hip hop/dancehall konsert

Publisert 26/03/10


Global Oslo Music presenterer:

Live konsert med RAW! Hip hop, reggae, dancehall og mer blandes til en energisk miks med live musiker og DJs på scenen.

Konserten er slippefest for den nye singelen “Black House” som var profilert på South by SouthWest bransjetreff i mars 2010.  Vi får også en sneakpreview av albumet som slippes til høst 2010.

Selecta Harmony spiller før og etter konserten

Torsdag 15. april

På Dattera til Hagen, Grønland

kl. 21.30 – 03.00

konsert: kl. 22.30

cc: kr 80

Om Raw:

RAW is from the Cape Verde Islands in Africa. Raised in Norway he went through enough episodes to find out that the world and system ain’t right. In 1999 he was pulled in to an organization called “African Youth In Norway”, lead by Amani a.k.a. Brotha Buntu. Here RAW learned more about his forfathers struggles and victories, their roots and culture and the Revolutionary Heritage of his African people. Combined with his life experience this knowledge provides the basis for his strong rhymes. His words are truth and reality and he is telling His story about the past, present and future. He is a Rapper with a message, a cause and a purpose. His Revolutionary mind and Rasta heart make him a universal and balanced person livicated to betterment.