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Weekend Burners: The Best Tracks & Music Videos Of The Week

Download the best tracks and African music videos to comes across our desks this week.


A man walking past a school is reflected in a large puddle in Niamey, September 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney

In Weekend Burners we highlight our choices of the best African music tracks, videos, and mixes that came across our desks throughout the week. Stream & download them below, straight from the Okayafrica bunker, and click on the track titles for more info:

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BK Nigerian Rilgood’s ‘Ghost In The Machine’

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Nguzunguzu’s Zouk-Based ‘Perfect Lullaby Vol. II’ Mix

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Michael Kiwanuka ‘You’ve Got Nothing Left to Lose’

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MoBlack’s Afro-House Tribute To Kwame Nkrumah’s Independence Speech

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Kush Arora & MC ZULU Team Up On The Azonto-Kuduro Twisting ‘Witch Doctor’

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Andrew Ashong’s Mellow Soul On ‘Special’

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Tuareg Rockers Tamikrest Show Off Senegal’s Festival Du Sahel In ‘Djanegh Etoumast’

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Kobi Onyame 'Went Too Far'

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Download L-Tido x Cassper Nyovest x Maggz ‘Steve Kekana (Remix)’

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