Afropop: An Illustrated Guide To Contemporary African Music
Blending the sounds of African traditional instruments with pop culture's rock, jazz, soul, and R & B, a full-color fan's guide chronicles the history of the music and notes its influence on the international scene.
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The Afropop Conversation
Central East Africa 26
West Africa 18
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