Orchestra Baobab's new album, Tribute to Ndiouga Dieng, comes out March 31. Youri Lenquette/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tribute To Ndiouga Dieng

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    Tribute To Ndiouga Dieng
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    2017

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World Cafe Nashville: Ahmed And Hasan Alzuabi

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Afro-Venezuelan singer Betsayda Machado, performing at globalFEST in New York City in January. Kevin Yatarola/Courtesy of globalFEST hide caption

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Betsayda Machado y Parranda El Clavo, Live In Concert

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DJ Betto Arcos Shares His Musical Finds From The Panama Jazz Festival

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Syrian singer Omar Souleyman (performing here in Malmö, Sweden, in August 2016) is among the musicians whose performances in the U.S. have been left in limbo. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Even With Travel Ban Blocked, Artists Are Still Left Hanging

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Saudi Women Stunt Hard (And Dis Men) In A Music Video Gone Viral

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