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The AfroFusion Spot: Events: Standout Looks at the 2016 Ghana Music Awards, ghana, ghana music, ghana celebrities, celebrities, africa, african, afrobeat, fashion, style, red carpet, gown, evening wear, award show, celebrity style

VIDEO: Yemi Alade Sugar n Spice VIDEO: Yemi Alade Sugar N Spice Effyzzie Musics divaYemi Aladekicks off 2017 by servingSugar n Spice; the seventh single off her acclaimed sophomore albumMama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman. TheGospelOnDeBeatzproduced mid-tempo reggae and R&B fusion follows-up Miss Alades high-octaneSeleboboproducedTumbumwhich has amassed over 3 million views on YouTube in less than 2 months. The award-winning performer will release more visuals fromMama Africa…

AUDIO VIDEO : Yemi Alade Sugar n Spice (Prod. by GospelOnDeBeatz) Effyzzie Musics diva Yemi Alade kicks off 2017 by serving Sugar n Spice; the seventh single off her acclaimed sopH0more album Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman. The GospelOnDeBeatz produced mid-tempo reggae and R&B fusion follows-up Miss Alades high-octane Selebobo produced Tumbum which has amassed over 3 million views on YouTube in less than 2 months. The award-winning performer will release more visuals from…

Voices of Africa performed at the Pequot Museum on Saturday, Mar. 17, 2012. Voices of Africa is an internationally acclaimed cultural music group that performs traditional West African percussion rhythms, dance, songs, and storytelling. Following the performance, artist and storyteller Penny Gamble-Williams (Chappaquiddick/Wampanoag) talked about the early links of Native American and African people.

Intore: "Dance is as instinctive as music in Rwanda and its roots stretch back through the centuries. As with music, there are variations of style and subject among the three groups. Best known today are the Intore dancers, who perform both nationally and internationally." Rwanda: the Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Popular Culture in Africa : This volume marks the 25th anniversary of Karin Barber’s ground-breaking article, "Popular Arts in Africa", which stimulated new debates about African popular culture and its defining categories. Focusing on performances, audiences, social contexts and texts, contributors ask how African popular cultures contribute to the formation of an episteme. With chapters on theater, Nollywood films, blogging, and music and sports discourses, as well as on popular ...

#AfricaDecides Finally Africa will have to decide who gets what at the African Entertainment Legend Awards (AELA) its the season of Recognition Reward and Celebrating Legends in the entertainment industry across Africa & Diaspora. VOTING PORTAL WILL OPEN AT MIDNIGHT 5TH SEPT 2016. CLICK ON BIO TO SEE THE NOMINEES: SPECIAL FEATURES: Icons & Life time achievers across Africa Fashion Show Live Music performance Comedy & Skits African Fashion Expression (AFE) Participating countries across…

One of the live performances at the 14th Edition of Alafia 'African Festival' #oriwodesign #hamburg #germany #africa #afrika #africanfestival #afrikanischesfest #altona #livemusic #openair #openairfestival #music #culture #kultur #alafia #alafiafestival2016 #livemusic #liveperformance #openairconcert

Manyanani dancers from Cape Town, demonstrating the Gumboot dance created by South African mine workers. The dancers were part of 'Africa 95', a nationwide celebration of the arts of Africa, held in the UK in the last quarter of 1995. The wide-ranging events included visual and performing arts, cinema, literature, music, public debate, television and radio shows

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