Afro-Independent Rock fuses Western African traditions with rock music; French and Wolof are the local languages of Senegal. Members include Jac, Cheikh, and Maah Keita with two other family members. The band advocates for albino inclusion.
Music impacts others and should have a message. The singer describes his desire to address political issues, Fela Kuti's influence, and musical genres. "Villy and the Xtreme Volumes" perform at a concert.
The oud player blends Turkish and Tunisian styles of music, inspired by Fardi al-Atrash. Africa needs new instruments. The musician describes his desire to influence the next generation.
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The bond between music and its message has the means to make a strong impact, from Senegal to Ghana and Tunisia.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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