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En Yay Sah

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Feba
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Eh Mane Ah
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Tay-Su-Tan-Tan
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Ro Lungi
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En Yay Sah
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Kill Me with Bongo
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 37:48

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Wondering Sound

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08.07.12
A faithful African pop record
2012 | Label: LUAKA BOP / The Orchard

In the wake of Yeasayer, Fool’s Gold and Vampire Weekend, it has become almost a cliché for Brooklyn bands to fold in African influences. But while those bands were generally accessing music such as Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian psych via blogs and YouTube, The Bubu Gang has, in frontman Janka Nabay, a deeper link to the continent.

The Bubu Gang is a band whose members have previously played inBrooklynmainstays like Gang Gang Dance, Skeletons and Zs;… read more »

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Sporting fingerless black leather gloves, a sleeveless festival T-shirt, woven armbands, shell necklace, and a full grass skirt, Janka Nabay looked the perfect Afro-Brooklyn expatriate hybrid during his opening set for Syrian dabke star Omar Souleyman this summer. Even the performance space – an open-air, concrete-floored industrial zone surrounded by stacked shipping containers and called The Well – split the difference between Williamsburg and Nabay's former Freetown home. You couldn't say the same for Nabay's… more »