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We are not African because we are born in Africa, we are African because Africa was born in us.
Explore the way of life, the music, food and the culture of the African, people and communities in the Diaspora .
A people without the knowledge of their past is like a tree without Roots Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/olubanjo-adigun/support

African in the Diaspora Olubanjo Adigun

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We are not African because we are born in Africa, we are African because Africa was born in us.
Explore the way of life, the music, food and the culture of the African, people and communities in the Diaspora .
A people without the knowledge of their past is like a tree without Roots Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/olubanjo-adigun/support

    Old School Reggae Mix

    Old School Reggae Mix

    Best old School Reggae mix

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    The Bukaman Show

    The Bukaman Show

    The Bukaman  show on WAID-DB Cincinnati, Ohio every Tuesdays evening from 6-8 pm live on Afrikans In Diaspora Radio

    www.afrikansindiaspora.com


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    • 2 hr
    The Bukaman Show

    The Bukaman Show

    The Bukaman  show on WAID-DB Cincinnati, Ohio every Tuesdays evening from 6-8 pm live on Afrikans In Diaspora Radio

    www.afrikansindiaspora.com 


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    • 2 hr 3 min
    Afro Pop with The Bukaman

    Afro Pop with The Bukaman

    African popular music (also styled Afropop,  Afro-pop or Afro pop), like African traditional music,  is vast and varied. Most contemporary genres of African popular music  build on cross-pollination with western popular music. Many genres of popular music like blues, jazz, afrobeats, salsa, zouk, and rumba derive to varying degrees on musical traditions from Africa, taken to  the Americas by enslaved Africans. These rhythms and sounds have  subsequently been adapted by newer genres like rock, and rhythm and blues. Likewise, African popular music has adopted elements, particularly the musical instruments and recording studio techniques of western music. The term does not refer to a specific  style or sound but is used as a general term for African popular music.


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Bi- Okoto Presents Irin Ajo (The Joutney)

    Bi- Okoto Presents Irin Ajo (The Joutney)

    “Irin Ajo” is about the journey of human existence, even in our confused  state of mind, as we love and hate, “Irin Ajo” tells us that we all  have the responsibility of making things right. Finding out what those  are will be the beginning…“Irin Ajo” is the beginning of a journey we  all must take

    In this production of Irin Ajo, Bi-Okoto is proud to collaborate with the Footprints of David Art Academy, the Ijolomo Dance Company led by Rasheed Ibrahim and Theatre Centrik led by Tony Biyi Boyede.  All of these organizations are based in  Nigeria.   The artists from these  amazing academies will be virtually  transported and included in this production!

    Footprints of David is an art academy established on 30th December 2005. They teach  toddlers and teenagers how to harness their creative side in the form of  arts, drama and dance.

    Ijolomo Dance Company was founded in 2017 in Lagos with the aim of working with young ,  talented and creative minds who have chosen “ART” as their field and  especially dance as their specialty area.  Ijolomo dance company uses  dance, poetry and music to educate and inform and also inspire it’s  audience.

    Theatre Centrik is led by Tony Biyi Boyede.  Biyi is an accomplished Nigerian artist  now living in the United States.  He is a director, dancer, teacher,  drummer, acrobat, producer, write , choreographer … you name it!!   He  has performed with a myriad of choirs and dance companies including the  Nigerian Choir, Laz Ekwueme and Angel Voices just to mention a few.   We  are proud to have him on stage for this production!


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    • 1 hr 22 min
    African in the Diaspora Music

    African in the Diaspora Music

    The best of African music on African in the Diaspora 

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    • 1 hr 3 min

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