African pop stars you would love to see contribute to the album

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  1. Silvermoth

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    It seems the only problem with the first film people had was with the hip hop themes. For me that's perfect to establish Killmonger, celebrate black culture and anchor a fictions world to a real one. But which African stars would you have appear on the soundtrack for the next one? They can be any style you like
     
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    Since I am African well Ghanaian to be specific I know my fair share of Hiplife artists...Hiplife is basically Ghanaian music but it is pop music and good artists would be Castro or Sarkodie
     
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    How about a tribute to an old jazz star since the late Hugh Masekela probably had around the biggest international crossover hit.
     
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    well, maybe for a part 2 sequel.
     
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    Nigerian rapper Illbliss.
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    The Jabari dialect is based in Illbliss's own language Igbo.

    We NEED some afro beats too. Seun, and Fela Kuti.

    The sequel desperately needs more African music on the soundtrack. I think every track should have an American and African colab tbh.

    That being said, I think Kendrick done an awesome job getting 4 South African musicians on the album in the short time he had to put it together.
     

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