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The Rhythms of Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s largest city, is host to a vibrant, wide-ranging music scene, thanks to a legacy supported by both the government and local businesses.

Dar’s soundscape is a riot of genres, from the music on offer that evening, called modern taarab, which mixes a traditional Swahili sung-poetry style with electronic and Arab-influenced rhythms, to mchiriku, the raw, urban sound that Jagwa Music plays, which is generally found at neighborhood block parties. You can also dance to classic rumba or bongo flava, the local brand of hip-hop, on soft white sand at any number of palm-laden beach clubs, while a pink sun sets over the ocean.

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