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Bongos Ikwue and Double X: Wulu Wulu

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Nigeria has been a wellspring of vital African music for some time now, from ethnic folk music with its call and response, to palm-wine, juju, Afrobeat, and the horn and guitar driven sounds of highlife. This polyrhythmic music has also achieved international fame due to popular artists as Fela Kuti and King Sunny Ade. Though these two may be the best known, singer/songwriter Bongos Ikwue has attained local legend status in the Benue State of central Nigeria, since his days ...