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World Music Features

Manu Dibango
With his bald head and dark glasses, Manu Dibango is the epitome of cool. And for over 30 years he’s been one of the giants of world music, this Cameroonian whose music sounds as powerful and appealing in America as it does in Europe or Africa.
By Chris Nickson

Swapan Chaudhuri
Accompaniment is nothing new to the 59-year-old legend Swapan Chaudhuri. He has worked alongside the greatest names in Indian music, including Ravi Shankar, Asha Bhosle, Nikhil Banerjee and countless others.
By Derek Beres

Kiran Ahluwalia, Rekha, Falu and Sheetal
They don’t have that much in common, but they’re here to tell you that ethnicity cannot be homogenized and that South Asian artists continue to change and grow.
By Tad Hendrickson

Jorge Ben Jor
Ask any Brazilian music connoisseur about funk (pronounced “fankee” in Portuguese) and you’ll probably end up getting a lecture on Jorge Ben Jor, the master singer, songwriter and guitarist from Rio de Janeiro.
By Eliseo Cardona

Soweto Gospel Choir
Even the most skeptical of atheists would have difficulty not being elevated to a state of rapturous euphoria by the sound of Soweto Gospel Choir. The 32-member-strong ensemble may draw its inspiration from above, but it’s down here on terra firma that this South African bundle of joy is spreading its good news.
By Jeff Tamarkin

Ramatou Diakité
One of the great voices to emerge from the Wassoulou region of southern Mali is singer Ramatou Diakité, who first broke big in the late ’90s and is now setting her sights on the U.S.       
By Tom Pryor

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