Miles Marshall Lewis

Nigeria - International
Similar to the British Invasion of the 1960s, a Nigerian Invasion of musical acts has been scoring success in the Anglophone world for decades: Fela Kuti, Sade, Sunny Adé, Seal, Femi Kuti, Ayọ, Nneka… and now, Aṣa.

Ayo: The Nigerian-Gypsy who won’t budge

Youssou Ndour: Live!

Nicola Lo Calzo: Capturing Africa through the lens

Afrika Bambaataa: Founder of hip-hop culture

Carter G. Woodson: the Father of Black History Month

Jack Johnson: A Great African-American champion from Ghana

George Washington Carver: A scientific pioneer

Rosa Parks: A Black heroine

The Other Africa in pictures: Philippe Sibelly, a man with a mission

Femi Kuti: "Real music lets you deal with the reality of life"

Ivory Coast makes sex not war

The Do Cambuá: Angola’s new doggy-style dance

Tayo Fatunla: Lessons in Black History

Kele Okereke — The Beauty of the Writing, the Strength of the Performance


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