Sounds of My Childhood… African Classics

Those songs passed on by our parents, the soundtrack to our early years, pioneers testimony…

The Playlist

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Or listen below:

The Tracklist

01. Daouda ::: La femme de mon patron
02. Alpha Blondy ::: Brigadier Sabari
03. Prince Eyango ::: Les problèmes
04. Johnny Clegg & Juluka ::: Scatterlings of Africa
05. Bébé Manga ::: Amio
06. Monique Séka ::: Bayé
07. Angèle Assélé ::: Associé
08. Zao ::: Ancien combattant
09. Delta Groupe ::: Sapiou
10. Pamelo Mounk’a ::: Ce n’est que ma secrétaire
11. William Onyeabor ::: Good Name
12. Fela Kuti ::: Water No Get Enemy
13. Meiway ::: Les génies vous parlent
14. Oliver N’Goma ::: Bane
15. Rebecca Malope ::: Uhlal’ekhona
16. Johnny Clegg & Savuka ::: Cruel Crazy Beautiful World

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You know how subtracting can end up to adding a lot more? With no TV in boarding school and a close friend working at a CD store, you bet Yoshi's already huge appetite for music was bound to grow beyond bounds. From there it's felt like feeding a stomach with no limits. Now Yoshi eats, speaks, drinks and sleeps music... If you catch one of the rare sightings of the Wraith you will notice his speech is made of lyrics, punchlines, bars, hooks and humming. And if you get to understand this unique language then who knows what type of universe you might discover beyond the music! Yoshi is one, Wraith is all... Don't forget the Wraith
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