Jah Bouks a.k.a Worin Gerol Shaw known also as Boukie was born in St. Thomas a community also known as Winchester. At the age of 12 he started doing music, leaving St Thomas for Portmore where he did a lot of community stage shows in and around his community. Jah Bouks's musically found identity represents conscious Africa, Rastafari, Love, unity and a positive outlook.

Keishera James habors an essence of soul, this sassy lady certainly has a unique sultry voice. I've always comes across artist and perhaps this time I'd personally taken time out to listen to her music, enticed by her lyrics and voice, seeing her on stage had me in awe. Perhaps I needed to connect and experience Keishera live and to my surprise was I drawn in by her beautiful voice, that captivated my soul.

From humble beginning this artist seems to have taken a turn, when he took on the journey and a career following his passion in the music industry. Windel Beneto Edwards a.k.a Gyptian's music stems from Reggae, Roots reggae, Lovers rock, Dancehall.

Known for distinctive voice and singing style Macy Gray has braced the world with her music and presence both as an actress, record producer and singer-song writer. Influenced by the likes of Billie Holiday and Betty Davis she long made a name for herself topping charts after she released her first album " On how life is" in the late 90's.

This felt like a throw back evening with classic Motown music and some flair. The Commodores need no introduction when it comes to their music. It's really amazing seeing how not so impossible things are in a city like Vienna. Granted the opportunity to see such renowned artist perform for free. Amazing their performances go without fail to the best this world has seen.

It certainly was a week of true patronism, the Senegambia connection could not be broken. As the week had been filled with activities starting with the Flag Flow High Senegambia event that took place the weekend before the AKASAA Festival, which lead to the continuation of the Senegambia spirit.

At short notice of their passing through Vienna, the University Of Pretoria Youth Choir surprised many with their sudden appearance at the Museums Quarter, this past weekend. These young enthusiastic minds have reached heights that many dream of with their voices.

Flag flow high Senegambia 2014, Senegalese and Gambians united. Probably the perfect example of how Africans should unite and set examples amongst our African community in Vienna. Music seems to be the foundation of unity to many, perhaps the beating of the African drum would be the calling of a village gathering, but in this instance it was all about Flag Flow High Senegambia 2014. Artist from different parts of Europe joined in this year and making sure that the second Flag Flow High Senegambia took place and it topped the 2013 event.

8 contestants competing for the title of the Austrian Dancehall Contest 2014, the competion this year was heated. 8 ladies dancing and in the end only one winner. The choreography, flexibitly, energy, preparation, audience, lights, music and deep concertration get to through the challenge of the evening. When only the panel of judges could decide on the crowning of this years winner. The energy ....bombastic...!

This energetic lyrical genius captivated the Viennese massive, when merely his name was mentioned for a show in Vienna. With great anticipation after 3 long years Anthony B visited Vienna and filled WUK to capacity. His audience ranging from various backgrounds seemed more than thrilled seeing him live on stage, as he set foot on stage his rich vocals and valiant lyrics had the audience exalted.

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