African dance and its contribution to the world

African dance, where a puppet steals the show

Dancing has never been so hilarious. This Angolan Puppeteer is extremely talented, and he makes his puppet do wonderful lingala moves. Africans enjoy having a laugh. Laughter is very good for the body.

Puppet Dancing to African music




Azonto Project from Ghana to the rest of Africa and Europe

The Azonto Dance from Ghana has become popular all over the world. It has now reached East Africa. Africans can learn a lot from sharing their cultures and it can also be a catalyst for togetherness. The dance is harnessing joy around Africa and the world.

Azonto Dance in Europe

Coupé-Décalé also has mesmerizing dance moves. The Ivorian music is full of energy as shown by the dance moves below.

Coupé-Décalé dance moves

Coupé-Décalé is about happiness, expressing daily life in Ivorian society, and also gives an insight into the political situation of the country.




I found one of the most intriguing videos on African dance a couple of years ago. This particular video has become popular because of the unique and energetic dance styles showcased. The people in the video are really having a great time.

An exhilarating dance from South Africa (Dikgomo remix)



African dance and more culture from the wonderful continent

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