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 Post subject: Local music from where we are from
PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 4:34 am 
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There was an old thread like this before and I could not find it, also I think it is more that 3 years old

Anyway, I thought since we have members from all over the world on here, it would be great to post some cool local stuff from the countries where you live...a nice cultural experience.

African music is very different so here are a few of my favorites at the moment

A really cool little African jam - this song is by Micasa and it is called Tulale Fofofo
No matter how foul your mood, this song is so uplifting, it gets me jamming and smiling every time! I think the language is Kenyan (Sauti Sol is Kenyan) but it was written and produced here by Micasa, they are a local band

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmJ_rMCElvk

This is N'gud by Kwesta featuring Casper Nyovest
The video is terrible, it is super cheesy but ignore that and enjoy Kwesta's voice....so so sexy
The voice OMG the voice :shock: :shock: :drool: :drool:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPU5dMC4y-M

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 Post subject: Re: Local music from where we are from
PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2016 2:04 pm 
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Great idea with this thread @AndreaLange!

I looooved the song by Micasa ^ - the laid back, feel good vibe of it! :D

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Danish music... hmm; it's very very very versatile; IMO. So I think I'll just post some of the stuff, that I listen to often/at the moment.

Although I do listen a lot to MØ, Lukas Graham and lots of the artists, that are currently making a break through on the international scene, I´d rather post some of the stuff, that people may not know.

S.U.S.P.E.K.T
- is a danish... rap band, you could probably call it.
They are hated by critics, feminist groups, etc. because of their use of the danish language, sexual content, they way ppl hearing their lyrics thinks, that they see women, etc. But they also have a lot of fans and I'm one of them. Yes, they are "too much" and have a direct way of putting things, but guess thats one of the reasons why I love them. They are exellent storytellers in their songs, and I love that. This is an example of how they often team up with other well-known artist, such as Tina Dico (some may know her).

Helt alene (all alone) - is in Danish
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TozGKhpKd7E


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Dúné
I looove love love these guys.
A group of very young ppl. They origin from a city close to where I live and have been around for a long time. I am crazy about the leadsinger Mattias - when he´s being interviewed, or hosting some kind of tv show, etc, he´s always so down to earth and goofy sweet :) Love that! And then they go on stage and KICK A** :bounce: :lol: :eee:

This is one of the new songs:

Dúné - Never be Alone
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ytf8ZEB5aM

But this is also one of my favorites:

Dúné - 80 years
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1ArMZEbULM


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 Post subject: Re: Local music from where we are from
PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:26 am 
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Beautiful :heart: :heart:
Moving song about atrocities of the past
Soweto String Quartet - Weeping

https://youtu.be/VrDe2UWWkjQ

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 Post subject: Re: Local music from where we are from
PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:42 am 
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South African Kwaito legend Mandoza passed away yesterday. He sadly lost his battle to a brain tumour at the age of 38. Below is his live performance of the hit "Nkalakhata"
RIP Mandoza

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=788DVzhJ-qQ&app=desktop

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