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Featured on BBC Introducing

BBC Introducing with Tom Robinson on 6 music Great to hear a track from Kongo Dia Ntotila on the BBC Introducing Mixtape. Even more interesting that they chose to use a track from one of our live shows.
If people liked that, they are going to love the studio versions coming up. Exciting! Watch this space…
You can listen to the show and download the whole mixtape from here on BBC Radio 6 Music. More fire!

Kinshasa is LIVE!

Mulele’s afro-jazz fusion project KONGO DIA NTOTILA will be supporting Konono No. 1 at Rich Mix, London on Saturday 30th July. It is going to be EPIC. Book tickets here to witness what the capital of music has to offer… viva Kinshasa!

Move On Up with SERIOUS

MOU_artists-at-Snape-MaltingsMulele was one of five emerging artists chosen for Serious Music’s talent development programme – a week long residency at Aldeburgh House this April.

Kongo Dia Ntotila – Live

Mulele’s former music project relaunched: a fusion of Afrikan roots inspired beats and bass grooves with jazz detours. First gig 20/12/15 at Mwalimu Express, Rich Mix, London.

A World In London


Live interview and performance on DJ Ritu’s radio programme A World in London at Resonance FM, with a preview of the last Kinshasa single, out soon.

Arise TV appearance

Mulele was invited to talk about music and politics in his home country with Charles Aniagolu on Africa Wrap, Arise TV.

Synced on BBC radio

sankara-bbcwitnessBBC World Service show Witness broadcast an interesting programme about one of Afrika’s most loved presidents. They used Mulele’s song ‘Thomas Sankara’ for the soundtrack. Listen on the BBC website.

Venus TV appearance

Mulele was invited by Kongolese talk show host Bibiche Kiala to perform live songs on her Kialaskin show, broadcast to the international diaspora community. This is an excerpt of ‘Banguna Ya Kongo’ (Enemies of Kongo) from his forthcoming album Biso Pasi.

PROPHECY out now!

Prophcy-CD-cover Debut solo album Prophecy is out now. Songlines is calling it an “enjoyable and thought-provoking debut by a versatile new artist.” Mulele has self-released the work under his own label Haile Music. Support him and buy a copy here.