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Video: Janka Nabay & The Bubu Gang 'Eh Mane Ah'

Janka Nabay and his Bubu Gang “Eh Mane Ah” (whose title translates to “Take This Advice”) video.


In "Eh Mane Ah" (whose title translates to "Take This Advice") bubu king Janka Nabay and his Bubu Gang tackle issues of overpopulation and birth rates in Sierra Leone over a relentless rapid-fire beat. The track, a staple of Janka and crew's unyielding live sets, gets a Los Angeles sepia-tone video courtesy of director Jon Casey. Grab Janka & The Bubu Gang's excellent En Yay Sah LP, out now on David Byrne's Luaka Bop.

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How Relocating to Ghana Helped Reinvigorate Jewelry Designer Aisha Asamany's Work

Moving to Ghana gave Aisha Asamany's luxury jewelry brand, inspired by Adinkra symbols that traditionally project strength, fearlessness, love and power, renewed verve to tell personal stories of her growing clientele.

In 2019, the government of Ghana made a global splash with its Year of Return initiative – the campaign sought to encourage the African diaspora to return home to the continent, specifically to Ghana.

Linked to the 400th year commemoration of the first recorded landing of slaves in the United States, it became a launchpad for the Ghanaian government to convince Black people around the world to permanently settle in the West African country.

Aisha Asamany, a corporate management consultant for high-profile UK financial institutions turned self-taught luxury jewelry designer was one of many who heeded the call, trading in the corporate life for a spiritual and an entrepreneurial journey – one of joy, appreciation, and representation in her fatherland.

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