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 Tshibangu Kadima 

Director / Music & Modeling



48 Pleasant St, #13

Stoneham, MA 02180



Cell: 339-293-2398




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RUMBAFRICA presents African music and dances sharing the rich diversity that the African cultures offer the world.  We train models that have a passion for dance and give the opportunity to perform around the country in theaters and festivals as well as in fashion shows.  Our models are paid for their services.  We back up African artists that are in Tour in USA and Canada.  We handle booking of bands in our roster.

We manage bands, dancers and models.  We are the only agency that provides models that can also dance varieties of dances representing the diversity in African Diaspora.  Our models are available for Festivals, Functions, Parties and more

You can choose from the list on the right the artist you want to perform at your special event.  

Models, dancers and bands are available.



Whenever I get on the runway, I get a overwhelming feeling of living my dream.

I love everything about modeling. This includes: the designer outfits, the runway, the rehearsal with music, meeting other models, working with hairstylist on my curly hair and be complemented on my lips and posing for photo shoots.


The competition has worked on my favor by motivating me to keep trying to be better. I am today a commercial and high fashion model.

Our performers educate the audience about African Traditional and Contemporary music and dances, about the relationship between rhythms and movements, emphasizing how to hear the different parts of the rhythms, the body movements with which they are associated and the accurate timing of their integration.  The audience discovers models that can dance well.
We promote Models - Dancers - Bands - Artists

Music and Fashion go side to side


Many presenters of music and students in the USA and CANADA do not know much about African music and dances or about what is happening in other parts of the world. For Example, many do not know that Africa is not a country, but is actually comprised of Independent nations, each with its own government, cultural heritage, music and dance styles, dress codes and languages, and including several different races, including Arabs. 


We have created RUMBAFRICA in order to present music and dances from divers part of Africa sharing in the rich diversity that the African cultures offer the world. Since Music and Fashion go side to side, We present shows that incorporate dancers, storytelling, fashion representing diversity of African costumes. We touch briefly on geography, history, political and social structures of the country represented by the song, dance or costume.


Pictures worth thousands of words, we have include videos and pictures on our website for your evaluation. We are very interested in providing to your audience an educational and entertaining experience that will last life time.       Website:

Evangeli Anteros

I am a very easy going person. I am not as outgoing and talkative as most models. I am very discipline, and reserved. I am a bit shy, quiet but I don't let that stop me from my work. I am the complete opposite when I am in front of a camera. I let my work speak for me. I enjoy the opportunity to express my myself on the runway, in a photo shoot or the clothes I wear. My love for fashion is what draws me to this industry.


I see the fashion world through a completely different perspective. I met wonderful people, saw historical places and wear beautiful clothes. In this industry, you will

often run into people who will judge you harshly and want to either change your appearance or have nothing to do with you at all, and that could be a bit frustrating specially for someone who doesn't want to change anything about themselves. Often people will mostly compliment me on my figure and facial structure along with the color of my skin.

Ndombolo Dance from Democratic Republic of Congo

Honey Benjamin


Rumbafrica was founded in 1992 by Tshibangu Kadima, who was born in Lubumbashi in Congo.  Kadima came to the U.S. originally to study Computer Engineering and graduated from Northeastern University.  He introduced New England to SOUKOUS music.  The Boston-based group performs music and dance combining rhythms of traditional Congolese rumba (a variant of the Cuban rumba) with the modern non-stop soukous beat.  Kadima composes and writes the troupe’s songs and choreographs their dance.  Their repertoire includes songs in French, Swahili, Tshiluba and English and reflects Kadima’s hopeful vision of life and his prayer for positive change in Congo.  Kadima songs convey a message of peace.  He conducts entertaining and educational workshops in schools and universities around the country.

Rumbafrica is the Boston area’s premier dance band and has received numerous awards including the Boston Music Awards for Outstanding World Music Act in 1995 and an Award at Artscap 97 Festival in Baltimore MD for Outstanding World Music Act.

 Rumbafrica has been selected for listing in the Massachusetts Touring Roster.  Presenters will be  eligible to apply to receive fee support for the band.  To find out the guideline and deadline call (617) 951-0010 or visit:  Presenters from other New England states are eligible to apply for fee support through the New England States Touring program, which is also administrated by 

New England Foundation for the Arts.  Here is very important website about rumbafrica: http://www.creativeground