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My Top Ten Afropunk Musicians With Some Favorite Songs

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Afropunk has become my number one favorite music genre. Consisting of punk rock, alternative, and indie music, this genre is a part of a movement for black people to show identities not shown in the mainstream. Now, I will show you my top ten Afropunk musicians and some favorite songs by each one.

10. Shinobi Ninja

Genre: Rock, Rap, and a dash of techno

Favorite Songs: Power Strangers, Gloom Doom

9.  Santigold

Genre: Rap, reggae, rock, electronica

Favorite Songs: Shove It, God From The Machine

8. Alice Smith

Genre: soul, jazz, blues, rock

Favorite Songs: Woodstock, Desert Song

7. Cecile Mclorin Salvant

Genre: blues, jazz

Favorite Songs: Poor Butterfly, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

6. Tamar-Kali

Genre:  Punk rock

Favorite Songs: Pearl, Fire With Fire

5. Divinity Roxx

Genre:Rock, Rap

Favorite Songs: Get Here, Get Yo Fix

4. Noisettes

Genre: hard rock, blues rock, pop

Favorite Songs: Burn, Atticus, Sister Rosetta

3. Angel Haze

Genre: Rap, spoken word, r&b, pop

Favorite Songs: Angels and Airwaves, Planes Fly, Who I Am, Summertime Sadness (Cover)

2. Janelle Monae

Genre: rock, funk, pop, classical, rap,  jazz, r&b

Favorite Songs: Cindi, Come Alive (War of The Roses), Locked Inside, Q.U.E.E.N.

1. Kimya Dawson

Genre: Folk

Favorite Songs: Happy Home (Keep on Writing), Wandering Daughter, Singing Machine. Burn

 

Authoress Note: I’d like to thank everyone for following my blog and reading my posts. It means a lot to me! Also, I will be taking classes and doing an internship this summer so I may not post for a few months.

 

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