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DJ Satxibala – Angolan House (Free Downloads)

Posted on 01 November 2011 by Leub

Yesterday, the multi-talented, Luanda based, producer DJ Satxibala dropped his latest House Video featuring singer Julio Gil! After searching for more information about the producer, specialised in Kizomba, Kuduro and House, I’ve stumbled upon a couple of awesome free downloads on his soundcloud page (all 192kBit/s), I have to share with you! Also the Julio Gil featured single is included, next to an other Maskarado Collabo!

Check the Video here and grab a couple of free Tunes below:





if you’re interested in Kizomba and Kuduro Tunes and Instrumentals make sure you’ll take a close look on his soundcloud page!


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Maskarado – Kuduro House (Free Downloads)

Posted on 31 October 2011 by Leub

While observing the angolan house scene, I’ve stumbled upon Rapper Maskarado! The Kuduro Artist is one of the first who realised the full potential of the rising music style and started mixing his Kuduro Vocals with House Beats from angolan producers like DJ Djeff and Don Juan!
His biggest success so far is his collaboration with DJeff “Elegom Bounsa”, which got released worldwide by our friends from Akwaaba music!

On Maskarado’s soundcloud page I’ve found 5 free Tunes, I’d like to share with you! The Quality is a bit low (128kBit/s) but it’s good enough for your mp3-players, at least!

Louca – Maskarado (prod. by don juan) House Kuduro by maskarado

Maskarado feat eliei xe garina volta by maskarado

E catope… Maskarado Prod Dj djeff by maskarado

Elegom Bounsa.Dj Djeff e Maskarado by maskarado

OLOWA.. Maskarado by maskarado

and here is a 320 kBit/s Kuduro Remix of Elegom Bounsa by Los Carlos, released by Akwaaba a few days ago!
DJ Djeff & Maskarado – Elegom Bounsa (Los Carlos Kuduro Bootleg) by Akwaaba Music

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Francis Boy ft. Puto Angolano e Sana – La Familia

Posted on 18 October 2011 by Leub

New Afro-House and Kuduro banger outta Luanda by Francis Boy, Puto Angolano and Sana! House Music is getting more and more popular in Angola, you should keep an eye on this new genre!

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Videotime with Lua Preta and B4mba - Dale

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Lua Preta – Dale feat. B4mba

Posted on 16 October 2019 by Andrés

‘Polaquinha Preta’ is a brand new EP by Lua Preta. With the music produced by Polish producer Mentalcut and vocals from Angolan Ms. Gia the release tells the story about Gia’s childhood in Poland of the 80s and 90s and how she was seen as a foreign both here and back in Angola.

Together they bring the frenetic mixture of modern electronic music and African genres characteristic not only to Ms. Gia’s native Angola but also to the whole continent – including kuduro, afrohouse, gqom and more.

The EP is available on vinyl and is accompanied by the videos to two of its tracks.

Also remember that you’ll find all Videos posted on in our Playlist on Youtube. A short History into Tropical Bass from 2014 till now constantly growing. CLICK

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Introducing Lua Preta - half-Angolan and half-Polish dj/producer duo who just released a magnificent new EP bringing together Afro House with traditional african music.

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Lua Preta- Emocoes Coloridas

Posted on 28 April 2017 by Caballo

Introducing Lua Preta – half-Angolan and half-Polish dj/producer duo who just released a magnificent new EP bringing together Afro House with traditional african music.
They are THIS GOOD!!!
Emocoes Coloridas sets 3 marvelous tracks, that complements each other creating a powerful and hypnotic trip through the African diaspora.
Check it out right here

The musical talents of LUA PRETA landed like modes of dust dancing in the golden sunlight. Together they set to sound the free and easy feeling of a warm summer day: Emoções Coloridas. They’re experts at crafting deep, hypnotic, Afro dance emotions in the highly narrative style of a traditional song and they create music which is inspired by colors, dreams, lost paradises, and new horizons of human belonging. Their stuff is both sophisticated and highly efficient and you can expect the thrilling joy of celebrating on a shimmering summer weekend, captured in a feature-length documentary with music, heart, and a dash of African sun. For all those moments when there is no need for words this EP contains three beautiful tracks of Afro peak-time euphoria on a sunlit open air dance floor!

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Nigga Fox- O meu Estilo

Posted on 17 September 2013 by Caballo


If you know Principe Discos, then you already are aware these guys are the real originators of what we now call zouk bass. ( But that is a totally different story)!

An absolute bombshell, ‘O Meu Estilo’ (‘My Style’) is Lisbon-based DJ Nigga Fox’s record debut. Real name Rogério Brandão, Nigga Fox came to our knowledge a few months ago, and we were immediately floored by what we were hearing.

Still in his early 20s, Rogério has already played in all sorts of the greater Lisbon clubs, while discreetly refining his own productions.

On this 12″ he presents parts of his unbelievably vast pallet.

As the title implies, there’s nothing quite like this, even in Lisbon ‘s ever more productive and creative beat-based music. He’s taken all sorts of lessons from local producers, as well as from the tracks coming in from Luanda , and has done his unnameable hybrid, informed by kuduro, afro-house, Angolan deep, tarraxinha, batida, and created some of the dopest, freshest music we’ve heard in years.

Whole set

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Berlin Carnival 2013

Posted on 15 May 2013 by Marflix

Hurray, it’s about that time when Berlin hosts it’s biggest yearly event – the Carnival of Cultures. Originally a procession of the different cultures living in Berlin, it grew over the years and decades to the size we see today. Altough the event has over a million spectators, it still has not the size of Notting Hill Carnival where you sometimes need an hour just to get to the other side of the street.

KdK Yard/Escobar truck 2012

The “Karneval der Kulturen” has no Caribbean roots, unlike the diasporic Carnivals in London, New York, Miami or Toronto – and this is one of the few things which makes Berlin so unique: Soca trucks with people jumping up next to the Angola and Samba truck, followed by Kurdish moms, a Squaredance Cowboy group or a local youth project.

No doubt the main event is the big parade on Sunday, starting Hermannplatz, moving down Hasenheide to Yorkstrasse. The parade starts at 12 am, the last truck usually reaches Yorksstrasse after 9pm. There’s also a street party from Thur till Sun with several stages (African stage, Latin America stage etc) going down in Kreuzberg near Zossenerstr / Hallesches Tor.


Besides a whole lot of Soca- and Dancehall-Parties this year we are especially looking forward to Lusotronics, a two-day festival dedicated to the urban digital music of the Portuguese-speaking (lusophonic) world, brought to you by Man Recordings.

The musical styles from Angola, Brasil, Mozambique and Portugal are a staple amongst Tropical Bass listeners and artists – the whole genre is deeply influenced by Baile Funk, Kuduro, Angolan Afro-House, Kizomba, Tecnobrega or Funana.


To quote the Lusotronics website:

“Produced on cheap digital instruments, these genres were born in the shanty towns of megalopolises such as Rio De Janeiro, Luanda, Maputo, Belém or Lisbon and are rapidly distributed worlwide through the Internet. A situation which is in stark contrast to the pre-Internet-age in which these countries considered themselves “peripheral“, with little access to the global pop and culture events. But since Portugal´s former colonies are now online, audio visual information, music and dance styles circulate in unprecendentend velocity around the world, reaching publics beyond language and space barriers. The results of this development are adapted and re-contextualised in the cities of the “first world“ with Lisbon as it´s main hub.”

Well said. Let me just add two words: Zouk Bass!

Curated by Daniel Haaksman the festival on Saturday and Sunday not only brings you a huge line-up with household names like Edu K, Bonde do Role, Batida, DJ Edgar, Bbrave, Titica, DJ Marfox, Gato Preto and more, there will also be lectures and and a movie programme. Perfect to get totally immersed in the lusophonic soundscapes that are predominant from Rio to Luanda.

Saturday, 18th & Sunday 19th, Club Gretchen, see for timetable and more infos
Facebook Event Saturday
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Besides the Lusotronics we’ve put a few recommendations for your Carnival schedule together for you:

Friday, 17th

Soca at the beach (Badeschiff)
The must-see location Badeschiff is a swimming pool swimming on the river next to a huge beach bar. Perfect afternoon hang-out with music by international Soca DJs (including’s Marflix).
Facebook event

Afro Heat presents Carnival Xplosion (Festsaal Kreuzberg)
The Afro Heat team brings you the Azonto, Dancehall and Afro flavor. Including BBQ and African food.
Facebook event

Carnival Jump Up 2013 (Gretchen)
The traditional Friday Soca event hosted by Soca Twins to get you in the right Carnival mood. Headlined by Peter Ram (Barbados).
Facebook event

Saturday, 18th

Carnival Glow & Soca Family BBQ Lime (Astra)
The Carnival Glow hosted by the Carnival Fever crew is THE event for all you Soca fans out there – wining and drinking crews from all over Europe make this party a total madness. If you miss this one, you haven’t been to Berlin Carnival. Btw: Glow means you must wear white!
This year headlined by superstar Kes from Trinidad.
In the afternoon before the event there’s also the traditional hangout Soca Family BBQ Lime, starting 1pm (come at 4pm and the lime is already HEAT).

Soca Family Lime
Carnival Glow

carnival glow 2013

Sunday, 19th

Great Procession from Hermannplatz to Yorkstrasse
Absolutely do not miss out this one – 77 groups and trucks are parading down the Hasenheide boulevard. If you wanna be on the sure side, come early (starting 12 am), take some pictures of the early groups, grab some drinks and then join the very last truck Yard/Escobar for full Carnival madness! crew will be around for sure.
Pro tip: Wear sneakers if you serious about jumping up!

Caribbean Invasion (Yaam)
Official after-party at the Yaam, a very unique hangout and club for Africans and Reggae heads. Live: Stylo G (UK), X-Caliber (Trinidad).
Yaam event page

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Maskarado – Monami Remixes

Posted on 27 December 2012 by Caballo


Maskarado is a familiar name for anybody paying attention to Angolan house and kuduro.
Akwaaaba is dropping 2 freebies!!

He’s the go-to MC for many of the best crossover kuduro-house tracks out there – starting with the massive Angolan hit Elegom Bounsa, produced by DJ Djeff, unavoidable Angolan afrohouse artist whom we had the pleasure of releasing a couple of years ago. Monami is only the latest in a string of Luandan hits propelling Maskardo to the helm of Angolan music. Monami pay attention.

This is Atropolis BANGER!!

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Maskarado – O Que Vai Me Matar

Posted on 16 December 2012 by Leub

Latest Kuduro-House tune by one of my favorite angolan MC’s!

Facebook: Maskarado

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Big Dope P & Puto Prata – Beat Dat Bitch (Free EP)

Posted on 13 September 2012 by Leub

Last year, Moveltraxx’s ghetto club music don Big Dope P teamed up with angolan Kuduro-Star Puto Prata to record a Remix of Axel Le Baron & Kurbatov’s Fame! Now, they are back with a new collabo called “Beat Dat Bitch” which fuses hiphop inspired club sounds like Juke and Footwork with powerful Kuduro vocals. I’m sure people will go mad if you play that tune out loud.
Also Man Recordings label boss Daniel Haaksman is involved in this, he delivers a (Chicago) House/Kuduro version of “Beat Dat Bitch”.
Both versions can be downloaded for free. Simply enter your email address in the widget below and you’ll recieve a download link, instantly.

Facebook: Big Dope P
Facebook: Puto Prata

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