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The Ngoma Africa Band, a Tanzanian band based in Germany, led and founded in the year 1993 by Tanzanian born brand fire musician and afro-pop star Ebrahim Makunja aka Ras Ebby Makunja has taken Europe by a storm with its vibrant sound.
The Ngoma Africa band have been named several times as the best and most wanted band in international festivals because of their extraordinary rhythm “Bongo Dance” from Tanzania, East Africa… the rhythm always sends fans crazy at festivals which makes the Ngoma Africa band to be the number one African best band based in Europe!
Most of their songs are written in various East African languages but many are in “Kiswahili” the spoken language in Tanzania and neighbouring East African countries.
Ngoma Africa band have a number of talented musicians, among them is multi-talented musician soloist Christian Bakotessa aka Chris-B, others are Said “Jazbo” Vuai, Severn okomo, Maxime Vayituma, Willy Mbiya, Bedi Beraca, and Prince Zongolo etc…
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