The African Subculture That Is Inspiring Bjork And M.I.A

The African Subculture That Is Inspiring Bjork And M.I.A

An African renaissance movement is spreading Kuduro across the globe with dance, music, fashion, and language.

Karen Summerson
  • 4 october 2012

A small African subculture has now turned into a youth renaissance movement of song, dance, language and fashion that is spreading throughout the globe and garnering attention from famous fashion designers and artists. Encompassing pulsating music, expressive dance and colorful fashion, Kuduro is a unique form of expression that is emerging from the continent and seeping into the cultural zeitgeist.

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