Music with African influence using authentic African instruments. African music is very rhythmic with a broad range of percussion and drums including the talking drums, djembe, water drums and various rattles, wood blocks, bells and shakers. African music also includes wind and stringed instruments like flutes and fiddles and traditional African instruments like the lamellophone or mbira. Royalty free African music for documentaries and wildlife productions.
This has a South African upbeat pop sound. Guitars, bass, percussion, vocal chants and saxophone. Very authentic sounds and performances!
African song with lots of original instruments. Full arrangement with tribal choir. Perfect for your next travel project or documentary.
New sneakers beat is a powerful, driving, moving and inspiring epic cinematic drum percussion track using Taiko drums, snaps, claps, tambourine… This track is perfect for extreme sports videos, commercial, corporate, action videos, dance projects and cinematic trailers.
An atmospheric piece inspired by the African wilderness, specifically the Tanzanian Serengeti Desert.
The chase is on! An African influenced action/chase Drum and Bass track. Building up with ethnic percussion and instruments including shakers, flute, very deep horn and Didgeridoo. Huge drums start the chase as tension builds, then manic driving beats take the chase to a new level. Breaking down with warm atmospheric pads and effected flutes before the chase is on again.
Melodic African drums and percussion set to a mysterious, ambient ethnic soundtrack. Works well as background music for game levels, as an atmosphere for tribal or cultural scenes or documentary films and travel shows.
Slow tempo African influenced track with nice acoustic guitar, Kalimba and percussion.
Lively and friendly, pop music meets traditional African instruments.
A happy, heady mix of African percussion rhythms with Dancehall and Zydeco music that is lively and sure to lift your spirits.
A powerful, repetitive “jungle” type beat. This track mainly features African drums and percussion, however, there are short flute passages and a reed instrument in spots to add extra interest.