• Afro Bolero ft Angelique Kidjo & Mo Laudi

    by Philippe Cohen Solal

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Afro Bolero official music video on FIP

Directed by HUMAN and Workout brothers, two young crews of dancers and choreographers making waves from Montreuil.

Afro Bolero on Songs you need to hear this week by OkayAfrica

The go to platform for african diaspora news picked Afro Bolero ft. Angelique Kidjo & Mo Laudi on its songs you need to hear playlist for Apple Music and Spotify.

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Afro Bolero ft. Angelique Kidjo & Mo Laudi by Philippe Cohen Solal Out Now

The african diva Angelique Kidjo & South african producer Mo Laudi united on Philippe Cohen Solal’s rendition of Ravel’s Bolero for dance floors!

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