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Weekend Burners: Best Tracks & Music Videos Of The Week

Download the best tracks and African music videos of the week in our Weekend Burners roundup.


Fabrice Monteiro "A Gorean Summer" [via ADA]

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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Beyoncé Samples Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Feminist Anthem ‘Flawless’ + Features Ismael “Bonfils” Kouyaté percussion on "Grown Woman"

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Download Burna Boy x D’banj’s ‘Won Da Mo’

[audio:http://www.okayafrica.com/wp-content/uploads/Burna_Boy_ft_Dbanj_-_Won_Da_Mo__prod_by_Deevee_.mp3|titles=Burna Boy x D'banj 'Won Da Mo' (Prod. by DeeVee)]

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AYoinmotion 'A Tale of Cool Cities'

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SA Guru Group Duo The TeMple

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Jesse Jagz x Wizkid ‘Bad Girl’

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Young Fathers War + Effigy

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Mumbi ft. Fadhilee Itulya ‘The End’

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Africa Express: Kankou Kouyaté Live At ‘Maison Des Jeunes’

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Gilles Peterson's BBC 6 Music Mandela Tribute Mix

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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