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List of African musicians

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List of African musicians

This is a list of African musicians and musical groups.

Contents

  • Algeria 1
  • Angola 2
  • Benin 3
  • Botswana 4
  • Burkina Faso 5
  • Burundi 6
  • Cameroon 7
  • Cape Verde 8
  • Côte d'Ivoire 9
  • Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) 10
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo (former Zaire) 11
  • Egypt 12
  • Ethiopia 13
  • Gambia 14
  • Ghana 15
  • Guinea 16
  • Guinea-Bissau 17
  • Kenya 18
  • Liberia 19
  • Mali 20
  • Mauritania 21
  • Mozambique 22
  • Niger 23
  • Nigeria 24
  • Rwanda 25
  • Senegal 26
  • Sierra Leone 27
  • South Africa 28
  • South Sudan 29
  • Tanzania 30
  • Sudan 31
  • Togo 32
  • Uganda 33
  • Zambia 34
  • Zimbabwe 35
  • See also 36

Algeria

Angola

See: List of Angolan musicians

Benin

Botswana

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Cameroon

See: List of Cameroonian musicians

Cape Verde

Côte d'Ivoire

Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)

Democratic Republic of the Congo (former Zaire)

See: List of Democratic Republic of the Congo musicians

Egypt

See: List of Egyptian musicians

Ethiopia

Gambia

Ghana

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Kenya

Liberia

Mali

Mauritania

Mozambique

Niger

Nigeria

See: List of Nigerian musicians

Rwanda

Senegal

Sierra Leone

South Africa

See: List of South African musicians

South Sudan

Tanzania

Sudan

Togo

Uganda

See: List of Ugandan musicians

Zambia

See: List of Zambian musicians

Zimbabwe

See: List of Zimbabwean musicians

See also


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