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08/03/2010

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 08 March 2010

DJ Edu celebrates International Women’s Day by playing the best tracks by African female stars. Edu picks his personal Top 5 Africa female and brings you an all female DNA mix.

This week's 'Scene But Not Heard' track comes via Sarah from Arise magazine - she's picked Nneka featuring rapper Jay Electronica.

Plus a special mix to mark Ghana's Independence Day and there's brand new music from Tanzania & Ghana.

Music and featured items

42 items
  • DNA mix

    All-female DNA mix, fusing African and UK/US flavours.

  • Top 5 African Queens

    Edu picks his 5 favourite female African artists of all time - no easy task!

  • Scene But Not Heard

    Sarah from Arise magazine selects Nneka ft. Jay Electronica.

  • Ghanaian Independence Day mix

    The biggest tunes from Ghana

  • Image for Anane vs Black Eyed Peas

    Anane vs Black Eyed Peas Let's Get High vs I Got A Feeling (Cape Verde/US)

    White

  • Image for Cynthia Mare

    Cynthia Mare Girls In The Club (Zimbabwe/UK)

    CDR

  • Image for Gal Level

    Gal Level Falling In Love (Namibia)

    Ogopa/Butterfly

  • Image for Lira

    Lira Wa Mpaleha (South Africa)

    SBME

  • Image for Asa

    Asa The Jailer (Nigeria)

    Naive

  • Gigi Gudfella (Remix) (Ethiopia)

    Palm Pictures

  • Image for Oum

    Oum Salam (Morocco)

    Lof Music

  • Image for Nalu

    Nalu Wakumbali (Zambia)

    Suoer Shine

  • Image for Blu 3 & Weasle

    Blu 3 & Weasle Where You Are feat Moses Radio (Uganda)

    Fenon

  • Image for Sade

    Sade Soldier Of Love (Nigeria/UK)

    Epic

  • DNA MIX

    • Image for Amani vs Beyonce

      Amani vs Beyonce Tamani vs Check On It (Kenya/US)

      Ogopa/Sony BMG

  • Image for Neuza vs Mary J Blige

    Neuza vs Mary J Blige Indeciso vs I Am (Cape Verde)

    Ghetto Zouk/Geffen

  • Image for Chelsy Shantel vs Alicia Keys

    Chelsy Shantel vs Alicia Keys Played Out Record vs No One (Angola/US)

    Ghetto Z/J

  • Image for Nayo vs Sub Focus

    Nayo vs Sub Focus African Girl vs Druggy (Nigeria/UK)

    Fyro Music/Ram

  • Image for Kanji vs Algebra

    Kanji vs Algebra Mpali vs U Do It For Me (Zambia/US)

    CDR/Kear Ent

  • Untitled

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  • Image for Lizha James

    Lizha James Xtilo Xakale (Mozambique)

    CDR

  • Image for Sherine Abdel Wahhab

    Sherine Abdel Wahhab Habbeit (Egypt)

    Rotana

  • Scene But Not Heard

    • Image for Nneka

      Nneka Walking Feat Jay Electronica (Nigeria/US)

      White

  • DJ Edu's Top 5

  • Image for Zap Mama

    Zap Mama Bandy Bandy (D R Congo)

    Luaka Bop

  • Image for Amina

    Amina Deoui El Dollard (Tunisia)

    White

  • Image for Brenda Fassie

    Brenda Fassie Vulindlela (South Africa)

    EMI/CCP

  • Image for Miriam Makeba

    Miriam Makeba Pata Pata (South Africa)

    Wea

  • Untitled

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  • Image for Mwasiti

    Mwasiti Nalivua Pendo (Tanzania)

    CDR

  • Image for Zaho

    Zaho C'est Chelou (Algeria/Canada)

    Down Lo Inc

  • Image for Sister Fa

    Sister Fa Milyamba (Senegal)

    Piranha/IT

  • GHANA INDEPENDENCE MIX

    • Image for Becca

      Becca Dakada Kada feat Tinny (Ghana)

      CDR

  • Image for Obrafour

    Obrafour Kasiebo (Ghana)

    CDR

  • Image for 4x4

    4x4 Do Your Thing feat Sarkodie (Ghana)

    CDR

  • Image for Bradez

    Bradez Simple feat Richie (Ghana)

    CDR

  • Image for Ww4

    Ww4 Pay Attention (Ghana)

    CDR

  • Image for Bradez

    Bradez Simple feat Richie (Ghana)

    CDR

  • Untitled

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  • Image for Wahu

    Wahu Sweet Love (Kenya)

    CDR

  • Image for Yola Araujo

    Yola Araujo Nae E Justo (Angola)

    CDR

  • Image for 2 Face

    2 Face African Queen (Nigeria)

    Kennis Music

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