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Politics free? Even country music awards poke Trump

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Politics free? Even country music awards poke Trump


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What it means to be living a Rastafarian in today’s world

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What it means to be living a Rastafarian in today’s world


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Girls taught on equality through art

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Girls taught on equality through art


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We have no confidence in copyright body, Tanzanian artistes claim

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We have no confidence in copyright body, Tanzanian artistes claim


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Poacher in DiCaprio documentary acquitted of several charges

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Poacher in DiCaprio documentary acquitted of several charges


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How to make film industry vibrant

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How to make film industry vibrant


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  • What it means to be living a Rastafarian in today’s world
    What it means to be living a Rastafarian in today’s world

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    When he talks about reggae, he sounds like a preacher. Elisante Urassa embodies the music originating from Jamaica like hardly anybone else. He is the new presenter of the TV show “Reggae Power” on ZBC (Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation) and this is what he says about himself, “I not only love reggae music, I am also living a life of a rastafari
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    Categories: Entertainment & Arts | 
    Tags: Music |  Music Genres |  Reggae | 
    Places: Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Tanzania | 

Music

  • 15 injured as lightning strikes French music festival
    15 injured as lightning strikes French music festival

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    Strasbourg, France | AFP |Fifteen people were injured, two of them seriously, when lightning struck a tent during a music festival in northeast France on Saturday, local officials and reports said. "The lightning struck in several areas during" the Vieux Canal festival in the northeast town of Azerailles, the regional council said in a statement. A woman in her 60s and a 44-year-old man were said to be in serious condition after being struck
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    Tags: Music |  Music Festivals | 
    Places: Tanzania |  Europe |  S. Europe |  Iberia |  France | 

Artes

  • Bahati counterattacks Willy Paul, hits the studio with top Tanzanian secular artist
    Bahati counterattacks Willy Paul, hits the studio with top Tanzanian secular artist

    , tuko.co.ke

    - Bahati will soon be dropping a new song featuring a popular secular artist from Tanzania. - News about the collaboration has been received with mixed reactions by Kenyan gospel music lovers. Kenyan music lovers were super excited when gospel singers Bahati and Willy Paul announced that they had squashed their longtime beef a couple of months ago. However, the two seem to have pulled a rag under our feet since their beef never ceased
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    Tags: Music |  The Arts |  Artists | 
    Places: Kenya |  Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Tanzania | 

Musicians

  • UFISI ITAMALIZA HUYU! Here’s The Tanzanian Beauty Who REFUSED To Give Willy Paul Her Phone Number (PHOTOS)
    UFISI ITAMALIZA HUYU! Here’s The Tanzanian Beauty Who REFUSED To Give Willy Paul Her Phone Number (PHOTOS)

    , mpasho.co.ke

    Controversial gospel musician Willy Paul has the hots for a certain Tanzanian beauty and he can’t hide it anymore. The singer who’s currently topping charts with his latest song dubbed “I Do” with Jamaican songstress Alaine Laughton was Clouds TV where he let the cat slip out of the bag. Willy Paul said that he’s likely to get married to a Tanzanian lady and went on to reveal that he’s been salivating over one DJ Sinyorita, who also works with the same station
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    Places: Kenya |  Tanzania | 

Film

  • How to make film industry vibrant
    How to make film industry vibrant

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    Zanzibar. It has been a week of films galore.The Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) attracted experts to show their works. It has been a melting pot of activity as paths intertwined and cultures blended to create a rare mix that only ZIFF knows how to handle. Traders made brisk business and hotels were fully booked as over 14,000 guests descended on Stone Town
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    Categories: Life & Style |  Entertainment & Arts | 
    Tags: Film |  Getting things done |  Tips |  HOW-TOs | 
    Places: Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Tanzania |  Zanzibar | 

Artists

  • Wasatu’s heartwarming concert in Northampton
    Wasatu’s heartwarming concert in Northampton

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    Hey! Have you tried logging into YouTube and clicking “Tanzania Artists|”? You shall get Ali Kiba, Diamond Platnumz, etc. Unfortunately it is all about “Bongo richest artistes”…. And if you search “Tanzanian music”…. same thing, same flow. These are our representatives on the world art scene. Tanzania music. Tanzania football. Tanzania food. Tanzanian artists. Who are the Tanzania Picassos, Alicia Keys and Denzel Washingtons? And is YouTube the only yardstick? Governments and government leaders are usually the main catalysts to indicate a nation’s arts and culture pulse
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    Tags: Music |  The Arts |  Artists |  Concerts | 
    Places: Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Tanzania | 

Radio & Television

  • Trump and the media: A win-win reality show?
    Trump and the media: A win-win reality show?

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    Washington, United States | AFP |.Donald Trump and the US media may still be at war after the president's first 100 days but both sides are also reaping benefits from the hostilities between the former reality TV star and what he calls the "fake news" industry. Trump's decision to snub this weekend's White House Correspondents' Dinner has underlined how little love is lost between the president and "the opposition" -- as his top advisor Steve Bannon has dubbed the media
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Festivals

  • 15 injured as lightning strikes French music festival
    15 injured as lightning strikes French music festival

    , thecitizen.co.tz

    Strasbourg, France | AFP |Fifteen people were injured, two of them seriously, when lightning struck a tent during a music festival in northeast France on Saturday, local officials and reports said. "The lightning struck in several areas during" the Vieux Canal festival in the northeast town of Azerailles, the regional council said in a statement. A woman in her 60s and a 44-year-old man were said to be in serious condition after being struck
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    Categories: Entertainment & Arts | 
    Tags: Music |  Music Festivals | 
    Places: Tanzania |  Europe |  S. Europe |  Iberia |  France |