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Nakeiltha Nikki Campbell

Nakeiltha A. Campbell a.k.a “Nikki”- percussionist, teaching artist, producer and performer whose work promotes empowerment through the celebration of African cultural heritage. Born in Colon, Panama, and raised Southern California. Nikki uses drumming to express her unique Afro Caribbean Panamanian lineage, extend a legacy of women drumming in the African diasporic traditions, and celebrate the intense study of rhythm. Introduced to drumming through the Mandinka traditions, Nikki is rooted in a diverse repertoire including West African dun-duns, Djembe, Congas, Cuban Bata, and African American soul flavors, which she interweaves to create her unique sound


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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Forasteira; Above The Clouds; Be My Love; So in Love; Two for the Road; rains_of_change; La Cumbia de MacArthur Park; No. 1 Green Street; I Believe in You; It Ain't Necessarily So; You Stepped Out of A Dream


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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Duration: 05:41


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