Our new logo

Brand identity isn’t just for corporations, right? We think so, so here’s our new logo. Could look rather nifty on a tee shirt for summer 2016. If you think it would, let us know. All of this is in preparation for a new release, and a brand new track for 2016…



Apple Music

Hi all just a quick heads up to let you know we’re now using Apple Music’s Connect service, so if you have any Afro Elements tracks purchased via iTunes – and you’re subscribed to Apple Music’s brand new streaming & radio service – you’ll automatically be able to see Afro Elements news, video and audio clips, and other special stuff as and when we upload it, via your iPhone, iPad, or computer (Mac or PC) via iTunes/Apple Music.

Splash Blue


Our friends at Splash Music Productions, in partnership with Bluey from Incognito, have set up a new sub-label called Splash Blue. There’s an official announcement regarding the new project via their website, www.spashmusicproductions.com, and their Facebook page. Head over for more information on this exciting new venture.

Welcome to our brand new site

afropagesHi everyone, we’ve just created our new site via WordPress, and after a bit of trial and error, we’ve finally managed to get the new site up and running. Everything we had on our previous site is here, along with links to enable you to buy both CDs, downloads & merchandise via links to iTunes, Amazon & CDBaby, in addition to our dedicated UYM Store via our Facebook page. Feel free to let us know what you think of our new, clean site!