‘My Sound’, which features LegendaryJamaican dancehall singer Shaggy, was commercially released the 12th track off Stonebwoy’s Billboard-rated fifth studio album ‘5th Dimension’. Produced by Praiz – a Nigerian musician and sound engineer, the captivating track effortlessly blends reggae, dancehall, and afrobeat influences.
Jamaica... The Friday night fÃªte saw dancehall's best hitting the stage to help the AfricanGiant celebrate. A highlight of the event was Burna Boy and friends taking to the stage to vibe to the African artiste's songs. Page 2 shares more ... (Photo. JosephWellington) ... (Photo. Joseph Wellington) ... (Photo. Joseph Wellington) ... (Photo. Joseph Wellington) ... (Photo ... .
The SanturiElectronic MusicAcademy supports east African music producers, DJs and sound ... But walk down one flight of stairs and the dimly lit basement is teeming with life as bodies pulsate to the heady rhythms of jungle, dancehall, UK funky, and South African gqom and amapiano.
But walk down one flight of stairs and the dimly lit basement is teeming with life as bodies pulsate to the heady rhythms of jungle, dancehall, UK funky, and SouthAfrican gqom and amapiano ... “Now we are really happy that all our teaching team are east African, and only a few guest tutors or specialists are involved from outside the region.
As the genre’s best-known pioneer, Kuti also admitted to drawing influence from famed African-American artists like James Brown...Similar to the sounds of Kuti, the modern iteration of the genre draws influences from traditional West African sounds while weaving in inspiration from hip-hop, dancehall, and contemporary R&B.
No matter which of Worcester’s many radio stations you turn to, you’re likely to hear a song influenced by Black musicians. Jazz, rock, and hip-hop all grew from African-American roots, while Afrobeats and Jamaican dancehall can also be heard on the local airwaves ...Luster said the celebration, days after Juneteenth, coincides with Black Music Month ... .
The silence of that village created space for memories of that supra-watt loud subterranean world of dub-reggae dancehalls ... How does the power of music and dancehall culture act as a transformative force?. Dub reggae has the DNA of African music ... mixed Indian and African heritage.
Rating.. Rating.. Rating. ... ‘They say I look better than David Bowie in a moonage dream,’ she sings, admiringly, on a simmering reggae number called Haute ... Whereas her previous LPs have been rooted in funk, gospel and alternative R&B, this one adds African beats, Jamaican dancehall and dub reggae to the mix . . sometimes in the same song ... ... .
The Grammy award-winning, Nigeria-born artist has popularised Afro-fusion – the blending of Afrobeats with pop, dancehall, hip-hop and R&B influences – for more than a decade and, long cherished by Britain’s African and Caribbean communities, has edged into the UK mainstream with ...
AfroNation, the global celebration of African music and culture, invaded the city of Miami over the Memorial Day weekend (May 27-28). Fans of Afrobeats, Dancehall, Amapiano and the overall African diaspora flocked to the 305 in anticipation to see headliners Burna Boy, Wizkid and more.
The Memorial Day holiday just past signals the advent of the arts and entertainment summer season ... (Beth Peerless — Herald Correspondent) ... Find them at www.thehipabduction.com ... And I’ll wrap up the new music rundown with Dub Inc from France, a group that mixes classic roots reggae with dub, dancehall, ska, hip-hop and African influences ... .
After his major breakthrough hit “Classic Man”, his impressive debut album, “The Chief,” and 2019 full-length “85 to Africa,” Jidenna’s latest offering, “ME YOU & GOD,” feels like a natural next step, though there’s decidedly less Afrobeats and dancehall.
For WestAfricans in particular, the opportunity to see their culture on one of Miami’s biggest stage has been a long time coming. “African culture – especially now with Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid, all that – is definitely a lot more popular,” said Evelyn Onyejuruwa, the founder of African fashion boutique Ankara Delights.