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  • interview October 21, 2016

    Rab Bakari Decodes Afrobeats, Naija Pop and More

    Rab Bakari is one of a kind: producer, entrepreneur, DJ and artist agent. We first met during the research for Afropop’s 2013 Hip Deep in Ghana series. Rab had played a central role in the creation of the genre known … Read more »

  • blog October 20, 2016

    Watch Davido and Tinashe’s New Video: “How Long”

    Maybe it’s a page out of Kim and Kanye’s playbook, or maybe it’s just something Davido knew instinctively, but the American-born Nigerian artist just proved yet again that, if your song is good enough, all you really need for the … Read more »

  • program October 20, 2016

    African Music at the Crossroads

    Afropop producer Banning Eyre takes us on a surprise-filled tour of his 30-some years of covering African music. Through conversations with Georges Collinet and producer/agent/DJ Rab Bakari, the program reflects on how the world, the music, the culture and the … Read more »

  • blog October 18, 2016

    One Africa Music Fest (Afrobeat and Afropop) Comes to Houston This Saturday

    If you’re in Houston, the Toyota Center is the place to be this Saturday, Oct. 22. Nigerian super-promoter Paul Okoye’s Upfront & Personal presents the Houston edition of the One Africa Music Fest, which rocked Brooklyn in July. We were in attendance at … Read more »

  • review October 12, 2016

    Struggle Sounds

    “Struggle music, struggle sounds” are the opening words on ”Struggle Sounds,” one of three tracks on a new EP from Seun Kuti and Egypt 80, also entitled Struggle Sounds. It straight away lays bare the raw sentiment embodied in all … Read more »

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