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Old 06-01-2022, 12:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just a thread to dump some great pop tunes from the African continent.


A few from Rema (Nigeria):


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[QUOTE=adidasss;2206294]Just a thread to dump some great pop tunes from the African continent.

A few from Rema (Nigeria):

Fun song but the sharp drum sound hurts my ears.
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Yep those Rema songs are pretty good, adiddass. I was surprised to hear the word "lockdown" turn up in the second song!

Way before lockdowns became commonplace, this thread gathered together a bunch of Afro Pop songs, although some of the youtube clips have gone:-

https://www.musicbanter.com/country-...-pop-week.html = It's Afro-Pop Week

That thread focuses on older style pop, most of it easily identifiable as African. For something more modern (2008, so modern to me), with a more international sound, this is a nice song from GoldFish, a S.African band:-

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