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Rocky Dawuni and Afro Funké Celebrate the African Diaspora With Africa Rising

The too often-used tactic of describing a musician by comparing them to another musician of years past is typically a lazy maneuver that fails to properly individualize the modern artist from their legendary counterpart. However, there is plenty of merit in the repeated comparisons critics have made over the years between Bob...
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