Black Brothers was a well-known West Papuan pop group from Jayapura. The band consisted of five members, led by Andy Ayamiseba. Their music, sung in Tok Pisin, and originally in Bahasa Indonesia  included influences from reggae and political elements inspired by the Black Power movement. The group went into voluntary exile in Vanuatu in 1979, protesting Indonesian policies in West Papua. They later moved to Papua New Guinea.
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