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|Stylistic origins||Jazz, soul, African music and traditional music gospel reggae|
|Typical instruments||Drums, guitar, vocals and background vocals|
|Soul and African music|
|South Africa, Kenya, Malawi, Botswana, Namibia, Cameroon, France and Nigeria|
Afro-soul is a music genre that has African characteristics of soul music. It has emotional vocals, especially of the lead singer. There is a very strong link between Afro-soul and other genres like Afro-Jazz, Afro tech Amapiano, Afrobeats and Gqom
- Miriam Makeba, a Grammy Award-winning South African singer and civil rights activist
- Zahara, the South African recently discovered music prodigy
- Amanda Black, multi award-winning songstress from South Africa
- Simphiwe Dana, praised as "the best thing to happen to Afro-soul music since Miriam Makeba"
- Muma Gee, Nigerian singer
- Scelo Gowane, South African singer
- Siphokazi, a South African artist
- Les Nubians, the French born sisters who are Afropean music singers
- The Budos Band
- K'naan
- Ginger Johnson
- Doug Kazé, Nigerian singer-songwriter
- Manu Dibango, from Cameroon
- Nomfusi, South African artist
- Lekan Babalola
- Grace Matata, Tanzanian afro-soul singer
- Kumbie, Zimbabwean Singer/Songwriter
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