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Here's What Went Down at Everyday AFRIQUE—Memorial Day Edition

Everyday AFRIQUE returned this past Memorial Day with a bang.

This past Memorial Day marked the return of OkayAfrica, Everyday People, and ElectrAfrique's Everyday AFRIQUE party.

The event brought out some of Brooklyn's finest for an infectious celebration complete with good eats, drinks and tunes spun by DJ Moma, DJ Rich Knight, DJ Underdog, Kashaka and Silent Addy.

The energy was through the roof, and it was an unforgettable time as always. If you couldn't make it out, no worries, there are more Everyday AFRIQUEs to come as we relish in the oncoming warm weather and summer vibes headed to NYC.

Check out the gallery below, with images shot by A Kid Named Trav, to see what went down at Everyday AFRIQUE Memorial Day Edition.


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Nigeria's DJ Spinall Adds 6lack On The New 'Sere' Remix

American artist 6lack joins Nigerian Afropop singer Fireboy DML in bringing additional magic to DJ Spinall's remix of the single 'Sere'.

Nigeria's DJ Spinall has officially dropped the remix for his latest massive hit single "Sere'', off his fifth studio album Grace. The "Sere" remix comes packed with power, especially, with the addition of American rapper 6lack to the banger that originally, only, featured Fireboy DML. The remix follows the music video release for the original "Sere" single, which has amassed millions of views thus far. The remix is a bonus Afopop track worth the listen.

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The latest xenophobic attacks in South Africa have already left 13 Somali nationals dead in Khayelitsha this past Saturday.