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Dance-protest music create by Fela

Dance-protest music create by Fela

  "Afrobeat was distinctive; cosmopolitan yet local, and representing, particularly to the youth, all things progressive.During the 1970s, afrobeat evolved into an identifiable counterculture. The movement—libertine and populist in orientation—drew adherents from a cross-section of Nigerian society. " Resource Qoute come from Oyebade Ajibola Dosunmu AFROBEAT, FELA AND BEYOND: SCENES, STYLE AND IDEOLOGY Download the Study    Afrobeats is in a state of constant evolution. The genre has grown to cover such a nebulous range of tempos, conventions and rhythmic patterns, that it can equally refer to the bashment flavoured street anthems of Burna Boy as it can the high energy,...

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What the youth thinks about Vinyl Culture and music Interview with Tshwarelo Maela

What the youth thinks about Vinyl Culture and music Interview with Tshwarelo Maela

  Meet up with Tshwarelo Maela just bought  Cage & Aviary by Bryony Jarman-Pinto and Kamaal William. Caught up with him and had a short conversation He who runs after good fortune runs away from peace - African proverb Moahrecords · What the youth thinks about Vinyl Culture and music Interview with Tshwarelo Maela

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What the youth thinks about Vinyl Culture and music Interview the Phil Jingo Nkhi

What the  youth thinks about Vinyl Culture and music Interview the Phil Jingo Nkhi

What is music does it have a place in the current African scope, The question I have in the journey about learning about African culture, from Vaal, Dj Phil Jingo Nkhi  just bought Childen of Zeus - Travel light   What to know more about him and what music means here a link hopes you learning things. The worlds of the elders do not lock all the doors; they leave the right door open. — Zambian proverb Listen  to interview: Moahrecords · Interview Phil Jingo Nkhi

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He who does not know one thing knows another First Teacher in my Journey

He who does not know one thing knows another First Teacher in my Journey

Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia Bio Born in 1921 in Mampong, Sekyere West District, Ashanti Region, Ghana, J. H. Kwabena Nketia was his parents' only child. He attended the University of London from 1944 to 1949, beginning with two years of study in linguistics at the School of Oriental and African Studies. In 1949 he began three years' study at Birkbeck College, University of London, and Trinity College of Music, London, obtaining a B.A. degree. In 1958 a Rockefeller Fellowship allowed him to come to the United States, where he attended Columbia University (studying with Henry Cowell), the Juilliard School, and...

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African Records in your hands

Africa Youth Me and Music

African Records in your hands

The music journey vinyl records hold stories which servers the past and the future it has the courage to changes the hardiest of hearts and gives joy to the broken in spirit.

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