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Kuduro Veteran Costuleta Interviewed On MTV Iggy


Veteran kuduro artist Costuleta, whose 2005 massive hit "Tchiri" helped push the spastic dance genre to a wider global audience (M.I.A. and Buraka Som Sistema would later use the track's producer for "Sound of Kuduro"), recently sat down with MTV Iggy for his first interview to an English-speaking audience.

The Angolan singer proved to be far from shy as he recalled fond and dark memories that span his work with kuduro originator Tony Amado, dealing with racism as an Angolan living in Portugal and Germany, his brother's onstage murder, and the reasons why "real kuduro can only be made in Angola. Read the full interview over at MTV Iggy.

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The 10 Best Ghanaian Songs of the Month (July)

Featuring Black Sherif, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, M3NSA x M.anifest, and more.

As the summer winds down releases have slowed down just a tad, but it's nothing to fear because a number of our Ghanaian music faves are in album mode, and it's only a matter of time before they let loose! In the meantime the rest of our faves have been steady dishing out that fire, making for another month of dope releases. Want the scoop? Check out the best Ghanaian songs of the month below!

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