Soul music has its roots in traditional African-American gospel music and rhythm and blues. As the hybridization of their respective religious and secular styles – in both lyrical content and instrumentation.
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South African musical landscape. Sho Madjozi, Black Coffee, Yugen Blakrok are some of our biggest exports. Check Afaya.
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