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Akwesi Hughes
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How beneficial is African music to the development of Africa?

African music is more of a tool to drive development in the form of tourism, trade and others. How viable is this assertion?

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  1. African music is very important because it acts as source of concerts, tourist, many local and foreign tourist visit different African counties to watch local music and that become source of revenue which promote countries economic development, sales of band merchandise is another benefit of music.Read more

    African music is very important because it acts as source of concerts, tourist, many local and foreign tourist visit different African counties to watch local music and that become source of revenue which promote countries economic development, sales of band merchandise is another benefit of music. Music industry also create more jobs for the local people.

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  1. African music is very important because it acts as source of concerts, tourist, many local and foreign tourist visit different African counties to watch local music and that become source of revenue which promote countries economic development, sales of band merchandise is another benefit of music.Read more

    African music is very important because it acts as source of concerts, tourist, many local and foreign tourist visit different African counties to watch local music and that become source of revenue which promote countries economic development, sales of band merchandise is another benefit of music. Music industry also create more jobs for the local people.

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  1. If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every day. Music also helps with African story-telling, dance, and even religious practices.

    If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every day. Music also helps with African story-telling, dance, and even religious practices.

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  2. African music has put us on the map in a way that outshines the negative stereotypes that have been pedled about us for thousands of years. I hope we can create more pan African awards instead of focusing a lot on the west.

    African music has put us on the map in a way that outshines the negative stereotypes that have been pedled about us for thousands of years. I hope we can create more pan African awards instead of focusing a lot on the west.

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  1. African Music Traditionally, music has played a very important role in Africa’s culture and history. If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every daRead more

    African Music Traditionally, music has played a very important role in Africa’s culture and history. If you observe any part of the culture you can see that music is essential in representing their heritage. Unlike most cultures today, ancient African cultures brought music into their lives every day. Music also helps with African story-telling, dance, and even religious practices. Music is especially important for African dance because in some cultures there is not even a spoken language, they tell their stories through songs and dance. When discussing the impact of music in Africa it is important to also mention the power of dance as well.

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