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King Sunny Ade performs at the Prospect Bandshell for Celebrate Brooklyn's Africa Day. Banning Eyre hide caption

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King Sunny Ade: True Juju Royalty

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In 1991, Sukhbaatar Amarmandakh, known as Amraa, started the country's first techno rap band, Har Sarnai, or Black Rose. Shown here in Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital, Amraa incorporates Mongolian musical traditions into his hip-hop songs. Ariana Lindquist for NPR hide caption

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Bon Iver's Justin Vernon Returns With The Volcano Choir, Music From Senegal And More

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Fire Up The Grill, But Don't Forget The Vinyl

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Calypso Rose in Concert at globalFEST 2009

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