Panamusiq moves into Afro House and R&B

Panamusiq expands its roster into new music genres by signing Nigerian Afro House DJ/Producer Medsoul and Tanzanian R&B master Heri Muziki.

Ago Imevbore aka Tintin the Koolness aka Medsoul is a navigated DJ/Producer and music entrepreneur that finds his roots in Italy where he was a very popular radio DJ and presenter for some of the country’s biggest networks. Relocated in his native Nigeria in the early 2000s, Medsoul launched in 2012 iGroove Radio, one of the first internet radios in Naija. More recently he has started up a state-of-the-art recording studio where he is cultivating his creative skills and those of upcoming and more established artists. Medsoul is also a highly skilled DJ and has been spinning his music across Europe and Africa. Although his artistry as a producer span across a variety of genres, Medsoul preferred sound is Afro House.


Heri Muziki is one of the fastest rising R&B star in the Tanzanian music scene. His vocal skills are second to none and make him a superb live performer.
“Nakukumbukaga” was Heri’s first release in June 2014 with production credits from Mswaki and Fundi Samweli. The song went instantly viral on all major websites and blogs in Tanzania and was highly charted by most radio stations. Subsequently Heri released a set of highly acclaimed singles including “Nchi Yetu”, “Watu”, “Cheche” and “Sweet Love”. His catalogue of releases has been also prolific with collaborations such as “Roho Juu” with Otuck William, “True Love” with Amber Lulu, , “Yo Mine” with Jacan, “Scream”

C9 Kanjenje, Tanzania (Bongo Flava – Producer)
Chess Nthusi
Kenya (Dancehall)
Grace Matata, Tanzania (Soul/Jazz)
Heri Muziki , Tanzania (R&B)
Pierre Bae, Cameroon (AfroPop)
Serati, South Africa (Folk/Soul)

Panamusiq’s mission is to bring African artists to a global audience and it has finally reached the perfect set-up to realize its purpose.

Author: 237Xclusive

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