Biggest Stars

Gerilson Insrael
Gerilson Insrael
AGOKizomba

Gerilson Insrael

AGOAfricanKizomba
Matias Damásio
Matias Damásio
AGOKizomba

Matias Damásio

AGOAfricanKizomba
Soraia Ramos
Soraia Ramos
PRTContemporary R&B

Soraia Ramos

PRTR&BContemporary R&B
Anselmo Ralph
Anselmo Ralph
AGOContemporary R&B

Anselmo Ralph

AGOR&BContemporary R&B
C4 Pedro
C4 Pedro
AGOKizomba

C4 Pedro

AGOAfricanKizomba
DJ Neptune
DJ Neptune
NGAAfrobeat

DJ Neptune

NGAAfricanAfrobeat
Nelson Freitas
Nelson Freitas
NLDContemporary R&B

Nelson Freitas

NLDR&BContemporary R&B
Kaysha
Kaysha
CODKizomba

Kaysha

CODAfricanKizomba
Muriel Blanche
Muriel Blanche
CMRKizomba

Muriel Blanche

CMRAfricanKizomba
Mr. Bow
Mr. Bow
MOZKizomba

Mr. Bow

MOZAfricanKizomba
Landrick
Landrick
AGOKizomba

Landrick

AGOAfricanKizomba
Jonathan C. Gambela
Jonathan C. Gambela
COGChristian Music

Jonathan C. Gambela

COGReligiousChristian Music
Yasmine
Yasmine
PRTKizomba

Yasmine

PRTAfricanKizomba
Preto Show
Preto Show
AGOAfrobeat

Preto Show

AGOAfricanAfrobeat
Anna Joyce
Anna Joyce
AGOKizomba

Anna Joyce

AGOAfricanKizomba
Bisa Kdei
Bisa Kdei
GHAKizomba

Bisa Kdei

GHAAfricanKizomba
Charlotte Dipanda
Charlotte Dipanda
CMRKizomba

Charlotte Dipanda

CMRAfricanKizomba
Edgar Domingos
Edgar Domingos
PRTKizomba

Edgar Domingos

PRTAfricanKizomba
Rui Orlando
Rui Orlando
AGOContemporary R&B

Rui Orlando

AGOR&BContemporary R&B
Djodje
Djodje
PRTKizomba

Djodje

PRTAfricanKizomba
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Top Artists by Radio Spins Last month

Nu Look
Nu Look
USAKizomba

Nu Look

USAAfricanKizomba
10.2K radio spins
Oswald
Oswald
FRAKizomba

Oswald

FRAAfricanKizomba
4.8K radio spins
Vayb
Vayb
HTIKizomba

Vayb

HTIAfricanKizomba
4.6K radio spins
Baaba Maal
Baaba Maal
SENKizomba

Baaba Maal

SENAfricanKizomba
3.8K radio spins
Jim Rama
Jim Rama
FRAKizomba

Jim Rama

FRAAfricanKizomba
2.5K radio spins

Most Streamed Spotify Tracks

Past Month
1
Teamo (feat. Messias Maricoa)
Teamo (feat. Messias Maricoa)
360.8K streams
2
Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Extended Mix
Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Extended Mix
345.8K streams
3
Como Antes
Como Antes
170.8K streams
4
Já Quero
Já Quero
114.9K streams
5
Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Solo Slowed Down Edit
Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Solo Slowed Down Edit
88.2K streams
6
Ohemaa
Ohemaa
75.5K streams
7
Por Amor
Por Amor
63.9K streams
8
Bu Ka Speraba
Bu Ka Speraba
61.7K streams
9
Mama
Mama
61.1K streams
10
Uma Chance
Uma Chance
61K streams
1

Teamo (feat. Messias Maricoa)

2

Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Extended Mix

3

Como Antes

4

Já Quero

5

Something Going On - Kompa Gouyad Solo Slowed Down Edit

6

Ohemaa

7

Por Amor

8

Bu Ka Speraba

9

Mama

Top Spotify Playlists

Dancing Kizomba
Dancing Kizomba
Spotify
186.6K followers
Kizomba Hits 2023
Kizomba Hits 2023
K-Music
130.2K followers
Kizomba 2023 - As Melhores Kizombas 2023 (Kizomba Novas)
Kizomba 2023 - As Melhores Kizombas 2023 (Kizomba Novas)
redmusiccompany
44K followers
KIZOMBA HITS - Nelson Freitas, Badoxa, Mika Mendes, Kaysha, Master KG Jerusalema Kizomba version
KIZOMBA HITS - Nelson Freitas, Badoxa, Mika Mendes, Kaysha, Master KG Jerusalema Kizomba version
Planet Records
29.7K followers

kenystar
kenystar
18.5K followers

Beaaa
Beaaa
13.2K followers

Subgenre Popularity

Music stats for top 3,000 artists last month

Top Countries

    Top Cities

      • 302
      • 39.3M
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      • 59.7K
      302
      Kizomba artists
      Spotify
      39.3M
      Streams on Spotify
      YouTube
      0
      Views on YouTube
      Radio Airplay
      59.7K
      Radio spins
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      Overview of Kizomba music

      Kizomba music originated in Angola in the late 1970s and early 1980s, drawing influences from Semba, a traditional music genre. The term "Kizomba" translates to "party" in Kimbundu, one of the Bantu languages spoken in Angola.

      The genre gained popularity in the 1990s and quickly spread throughout the Portuguese-speaking African countries, as well as Europe and Latin America. Kizomba music is characterized by its slow, romantic rhythms and sensual dance style, often referred to as the "African Tango." The music typically features a melodic lead instrument, such as a guitar or violin, and a steady percussion section.

      The lyrics often touch on themes of love, heartbreak, and social commentary. Despite its rise in popularity, Kizomba music remains deeply rooted in Angolan culture and continues to evolve with new artists and variations of the genre.

      Which musicians and bands defined Kizomba music?

      Some of the most popular musicians that represent Kizomba music include:

      Kaysha - A renowned artist in the Kizomba scene, Kaysha combines smooth vocals with infectious rhythms, seamlessly blending Kizomba with elements of R&B, hip-hop, and electronic music, creating a dynamic and innovative sound that captivates listeners.

      Gerilson Insrael - Gerilson Insrael is an Angolan singer and songwriter known for his soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. His Kizomba music showcases rich melodies, evocative storytelling, and the sensuality that defines the genre.

      Djodje - Hailing from Cape Verde, Djodje is a prominent figure in the Kizomba scene, known for his vibrant and energetic performances. With his infectious beats and melodic tunes, Djodje seamlessly combines Kizomba with elements of pop, reggae, and afrobeats.

      C4 Pedro - C4 Pedro is an Angolan artist whose music spans various genres, including Kizomba. Known for his smooth vocals and charismatic stage presence, C4 Pedro brings a contemporary touch to the traditional rhythms of Kizomba, creating an irresistible fusion.

      Elji Beatzkilla - Elji Beatzkilla is a talented artist from Cape Verde who has made significant contributions to the Kizomba genre. With his unique sound and catchy melodies, Elji infuses Kizomba with influences from zouk, reggae, and dancehall, creating a fresh and vibrant musical experience.

      Kizomba music has become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly in Europe and South America, and these artists are at the forefront of the movement.

      Which songs and albums defined Kizomba music?

      A few of the more notable songs and music albums that represent Kizomba music are:

      "One Love" by Kaysha (Song): "One Love" is a captivating Kizomba song by Kaysha that intertwines smooth vocals, enticing melodies, and irresistible rhythms, immersing listeners in a world of romance and sensuality.

      "Falhas do Amor" by Gerilson Insrael (Song): With "Falhas do Amor," Gerilson Insrael delivers a soul-stirring Kizomba track that combines heartfelt lyrics, velvety vocals, and enchanting harmonies, exploring the complexities of love and relationships.

      "Bela" by Djodje (Song): Djodje's "Bela" is a vibrant Kizomba song that pulsates with infectious beats, seductive vocals, and a melodic blend of Kizomba and contemporary influences, inviting listeners to move and groove to its irresistible rhythm.

      "Dança Kizomba (Revolution)" by Elji Beatzkilla (Song): Elji Beatzkilla's "Dança Kizomba (Revolution)" is an electrifying Kizomba anthem that infuses traditional Kizomba sounds with modern beats and pulsating energy, inspiring listeners to embrace the spirit of Kizomba on the dance floor.

      "King Ckwa" by C4 Pedro (Album): "King Ckwa" is a dynamic Kizomba album by C4 Pedro, featuring a collection of captivating tracks that showcase his smooth vocals, energetic rhythms, and infectious melodies, offering a delightful journey into the world of Kizomba.

      Which music festivals and events represent Kizomba music?

      Kizomba music genre has gained immense popularity over the years and has become a prominent feature in several music festivals and events worldwide.

      Some of the significant festivals that represent Kizomba music genre include the Afro-Latino Festival, held annually in New York, which features music and dance performances from artists across the globe.

      Another notable event is the Kizomba Open Festival, which takes place in Lisbon, Portugal, and offers workshops, parties, and concerts.

      The Kizomba in Prague Festival, held in the Czech Republic, is also a significant event that celebrates Kizomba music and dance culture with workshops, shows, and parties.

      These festivals provide an excellent opportunity for Kizomba enthusiasts to experience the music, dance, and culture of this genre and connect with artists and fellow fans from around the world.