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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Afro-soul is a music genre that is a fusion between soul music and African sound. Its distinctive feature from any other African Music genre is the emotional vocals, especially of the lead singer.

There is a very strong link between Afro-soul and other genres like Afro-Jazz, Afropean, and Afrobeats.[1]

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Notable musicians

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