This chapter explores translocal musicking by African musicians in Brazil, understanding this as a way of producing both localities and identities. What kinds of localities are being produced in a city that is hosting a new kind of African migration, and what happens to the musics that come with it? Drawing on three case studies, it details how African musicians negotiate their identities in Brazil. It also looks at how politics becomes integral to this process and how a shared transnational sensibility is sung into visibility.