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    AddisTunes- because we care about African music   1) Kampala Taxi Sessions: Exclusive interview with Babaluku Uganda has many artists. This week our
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1, 2011
      AddisTunes- because we care about African music   1) Kampala Taxi Sessions: Exclusive interview with Babaluku

      Uganda has many artists. This week our Kampala-based editor, Hillary Muheebwa, sat down with one of Uganda’s most prolific artists – Babaluku – to discuss Ugandan music and its future. >> More

      2) Black
      Stars: Ghana’s HipLife Generation

      ‘Ghana is free forever’- these were the words of Kwame Nkrumah, the first elected president of the former Gold Coast, on the 6th of March 1957 when Ghana became the first African country to gain independence from colonial rule. Check out the music ruling the streets today – it’s all about the Hiplife Generation!

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      3) Kenna Release EP "LAND 2 AIR CHRONICLES I" + FREE download The world may best know the Ethiopian musical pioneer Kenna for 'Say Goodbye To Love', which was nominated in 2009 for the Best urban/alternative Grammy award. In 2011 he’ll establish new heights of acclaim via a 3-part EP series
      titled The Land 2 Air Chronicles featuring Chad Hugo of the Neptunes and co-written by Paul Banks of Interpol.

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      4) Negat Radio (UK) Takes Africa to the Airwaves Tune in global people: check out a global station for cosmopolitan people! Negat Radio provides a practical forum for its audience to discuss important issues from news and information to the arts and business. >> More

      5) Join the AddisTunes movement on Twitter – because we care about African music!!! >>It all starts right here: http://twitter.com/#!/addistunes




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