#Grammys 2018: Why African Pop Music Should Be Recognised By the Grammys

#Grammys 2018: Why African Pop Music Should Be Recognised By the Grammys

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Added by January 30, 2018

For the longest time, there has been a misidentification of contemporary African music – from the degrading “World Music” tag to the now prevailing “Afrobeats” label, our pop music has been wrongfully labelled with all sorts of misleading tags.

In this episode of “VIbes with Vheektor”, Vheektor Okpala provides a thorough breakdown of the “Afrobeat Conundrum” and why African pop music should be recognised by the Grammy’s and every global pop music platform that exists.

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