In the heart of Kinsasha, amidst the bustling streets and vibrant culture of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a musical revolution was born in 1969. It came in the form of Zaïko Langa Langa, a Congolese Soukous band that would go on to reshape the
M'Pongo Love: The pioneering Congolese singer-songwriter who redefined Soukous music, championing feminist themes with her empowering melodies and soulful voice. Explore her enduring legacy. Join us on a journey through the beats and lyrics that defined an era with M'Pongo Love, a name synonymous with
In the vibrant tapestry of Congolese Music, few names resonate as deeply as D.V. Moanda. A luminary percussionist and conga player, Moanda left an indelible mark on the music scene, particularly through his pioneering role in the iconic band Zaiko Langa Langa. As we delve
Remembering King Kester Emeneya. Musical Legend and Social Advocate Introduction King Kester Emeneya, the legendaryCongolese singer. His innovative contributions to African music, social advocacy, global recognition, and his enduring influence transcended beyond the realms of music. Discover the man who initiated the LA SAPE movement, supported civil
Diblo Dibala, born on August 9, 1954, in Kisangani, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), is a legendary figure in the world of Soukous music. His prowess on the guitar has earned him the nickname "Machine Gun," a testament to his lightning-fast speed
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Welcome to Mawalking Radio

Where the heartbeat of Congolese Rumba, Soukous, Ndombolo and Kwassa Kwassa pulses 24/7 alongside a rich tapestry of Afro-Caribbean rhythms. At Mawalking Radio, we’re not just another digital broadcasting platform; we’re on a mission to revolutionize media content distribution in emerging markets.

Our commitment to showcasing the vibrant array of African music is at the core of our vision. Through specialized shows every day of the week, we provide a platform that champions upcoming Producers, Artists, and Disc Jockeys, premiering, promoting, and introducing their content to a global audience. But it’s not just about distribution; it’s about connection. We aim to bridge the gap between artists and fans, creating social networks that celebrate the diversity and richness of African music.

In addition to Congolese Rumba, Soukous, Ndombolo, and Kwassa Kwassa, our eclectic playlist spans genres like Afro Zouk, Kizomba, Coupe Decale, Makossa, and Sebene music. It’s a musical journey that reflects the soul and rhythm of Africa, resonating with audiences worldwide.