HA NOI (VNS) — A night dedicated to West African music will be held at CAMA ATK bar on Saturday, July 4, from 8pm onwards.
Entitled “West African Waves”, the night promises to submerge guests in the vast horizon of different sounds and styles to emerge from the region over the last half century.
From traditional percussive rhythms from Cameroon and the first forays into a syncretic, funky sounds attempted by Highlife in the 60s in Ghana and Benin, all the way over to Nigerian Afrobeat and its modern house-infused edits emerging globally – DJ Dan Lo will be picking them out of his collection with the specific aim of making the room dance.
Entrance VND50,000. — VNS
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