This 1985 record by Veno is one of the classics from Lago’s synth-boogie-disco scene that represented a new wave of Nigerian music. Musically it’s perfectly 80s and will get you dancing, but what makes it timeless is how inspirational it is. I’m of the firm belief that our survival is tied to each and considering how dire shit has been recently I need all the upliftment I can get.
Nigeria Go Survive
Time to hop over to Santo Domingo to experience carnaval with your host Fernandito Villalona. This video may be a bit staged (stopping for some tamarindo on his way to the concert), but have no doubt El Mayimbe was the king of the Dominican Republic in the 80s. Despite the early production quality, this old school music video does exactly what it’s supposed to—has us wishing we were there dancing in the streets with them. Enjoy!
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