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Another really well put together mix from oki-ni and MC Afrikan Boy, If you’ve not heard of Afrikan Boy, his story is pretty simple: one day he went to Lidl and then, quite a bit later, he found himself featuring on the latest M.I.A. album, being produced by Timbaland, and opening for Prince.

A London-born Nigerian, Afrikan Boy has his own cheeky and offbeat style, which comes through strongly in this mix. GBOSA is a playful blend of dub-reggae, house, afro-beat and dubstep. Listen and be entertained.

Afrikan Boy explains: ‘The mix was inspired mainly from dub reggae and house music. I put one of my tracks ‘kunta kinte’ in the mix, to bridge the gap between the afro beat, house and the reggae attitude.

“I did not want to put together a cheesy mix. Instead I went through my vinyl collection and chose songs I hadn’t listened to in a while!! Gbosa!’

oki-ni presents GBOSA by Afrikan Boy by oki-ni

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* Oumou Sangare / Mousoulou

* Earnest Ranglin / Surfin

* WAR016 / White

* Mark Pritchard / Caveman Style

* Ramadanman / Work Dem

* T Williams / Gettin Mine

* T Williams / Afric

* Afrikan Boy / Kunte Kinte (demo)

* Donaeo / African Warrior (Instrumental)

* Bubblez feat Rubi Dan / Move Down Low

* Mike Delinquent / Dancehall

* Jam City / Ecstacy (Refix)

* Alex Stephenson / Ife Bobowa

* Hlugwani / Nawagagazani My Love

* Bladerunner / Back To The Jungle

* Blame / Batcave

* Ben Westbeach & DJ Die / Get Closer (Rockers Remix)

* Yabby U / Deliver Us From My Enemies

* Johnny Clarke / Babylon

* Hugh Mundell / Africans Must Be Free

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Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.