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Watch the Trailer for the Upcoming Second Series of “My Africa Is” in Dakar, Senegal.

We’re a day away from the launch of the second phase of the My Africa Is chronicles. This time around, the project takes us to the streets of the Senegalese capital Dakar in a three-part series that documents the city’s emerging and established dance scenes, surfing culture and a satirical news program that broadcasts information using rap.

The episode goes live tomorrow, October 2nd, and we’ll have it posted for you here at Dynamic Africa when it does!

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"Femme" is a short black-and-white fashion film shot by Ghubar founder and editor-in-chief Sarah Diouf.

Filmed in Senegal’s capital Dakar, we are taken on a woman’s journey around the city - from the back of a taxi cab to one of the city’s markets - accompanied by poetic prose from writer Mufida Sedqawi whose words tell “the universal story of the rebirth of a woman who loved and hurt.”

Senegal

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NEW MUSIC: Faada Freddy - “We Sing In Time”.

Sounding nothing short of uplifting, Senegalese artist Faada Freddy's new music video for his single We Sing In Time is beautifully cinematic and even more cheerful than the lyrics are.

Shot in Dakar, Faada plays the role of a musical pied piper gathering men, women and children on his joyous journey through the streets of a neighborhood in the capital, singing the infectious melody of We Sing In Time along the way.

Faada Freddy will be in concert in Paris on the November 28th, 2014 at the Trianon,

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Faada Freddy

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WATCH: Stephen Marley - Made In Africa ft. Wale  

 

*INTRO*..

Scholars and scientists now conceive that Africa is the first place of mankind
Africans were the first builders of civilization
They discovered mathematics, invented writing, developed sciences
Engineering, medicine, religion, fine arts, and built the Great Pyramids
An architectural achievement which still baffles modern scientists’

African Song