In the conclusion of our two part series, A Complementary Bond: You & Me-Asabi Hawah & Raggo Zulu Rebel, we explore with You & Me the importance of conscientization in understanding African identity within the proper context and the development of specific songs on their critically acclaimed debut album Folk Songs.
This episode features sounds from:
- Conscientization 101- “Decolonize This? Properly Defining Settlers – Part 1” from our Musical Commentaries collection
- Raggo Zulu Rebel – “Back To Basics” from his album I Walk Alone
- Asabi Hawah – “Hold Me (slow version)” from her Soundcloud page
- You & Me – “Diaspora”, and “Heaven” from their album Folk Songs
For more from You & Me collaborations, Asabi, and Raggo checkout these social media and affiliated websites:
You & Me
For Asabi Hawah
- Twitter @Asabi_Hawah
- Instagram @asabi_hawah_music
- Facebook Asabi Hawah
- Website http://www.asabi-hawah.com/
- And on Soundcloud Asabi Hawah
For RaggoZulu Rebel
- Twitter @raggozulurebel
- Instagram @raggozulurebel and @raggozulurebelpromo
- Facebook Raggo Zulu Rebel
- Website https://www.raggozulurebel.com/
- Bandcamp Raggo Zulu Rebel
- Soundcloud Raggo Zulu Rebel
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