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Tala A.M. sued James Brown for copying “Hot Koki” after performing alongside him at the infamous fight between Muhammed Ali & George Foreman
DJ Meredith is taking you on a sonic adventure around the world on a journey through sound, introducing a fresh, new lineup of bands & artists from the most unexpected places on Earth!  Let’s open the show with ‘Gari Good’ by Segun Damisa & The Afro-Beat Crusaders! Enjoy new & rare grooves as we check Femi Kuti, Kola Ogunkoya and so much more!
Ikwunga offers a striking and dynamic vocal style to augment the bubbling Afrobeat grooves. Enjoy the stilted & vibrant poetry on Di Bombs!
Afrodizz’s album, Froots, is rife with pounding, liberating and powerfully hypnotic rhythms, nailing home the message with pointed vocals!
Bandanera Afrobeat was born when saxophonist Guglielmo Pagnozzi & Senegalese drummer Moulaye Niang combined their musical experiences!
The Underbelly put a modern, edgy twist on the classic sounds of soul & funk, resulting in an album that captures both the ears and feet!
Curiche, by Newen Afrobeat, is an extremely energetic album that talks about inequality, migration, female roles, indigenous cultures & more
Carapaus Afrobeat is a new, Lisbon-born band comprised of 8 Portuguese musicians who make music that is sure to make you dance & move!
Album, All My Relations, is equal parts spiritual journey & irrepressible funk! It boasts a syncopated charm from the freedom of groove!
Fizzing track, “Mad Up,” ups the ante with a heady brew of rock, reggae, funk & soul by K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade from album Wahala Wahala!
Grenn Pwonmennen is a take on Angolan Semba music, as heard during a trip to Cape Verde, dedicated to environmental & resource awareness!
High-energy funk band, Zitakula’s album Oasis has an irresistible live feel that would make even the toughest non-dancer begin to move!
Ghetto Kumbé takes us on a journey to the rhythmic Afro-Caribbean roots of Colombia fuelled by the hypnotic power of African house beats!

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