Ndugu: An African Diaspora Party

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NDUGU: An African Diaspora Party

The Soulition and E.P.P. (Everyday People Project) combine to host an unparalleled journey through African diasporic sound! Diaspora meaning dispersal and thus the movement and flow of a people.

The world is vastly changing around us all, however in using music to celebrate difference and bridge lives harmoniously, we can all shift the energy even higher. Therefore, in building on the core essence of NDUGU: (Swahili for family, comrades, roots, relatives, kindred spirits), we present a night that promises a grooving fusion of sound and uplift for the universal whole to come together in flow, vibe, movement, love, and freedom on the dancefloor!

Come Join Us At: 2720 Cherokee Street (10pm — 1pm)
5 dollars
21+age

6 Amazing Djs from across the City and the different parts of country will infuse musical vibes from across the Diasporic lands in one room to include: Afrobeat/ House/SoulPop/Electro/Dancehall/FutureSoul/Reggae among many other genres intuitively selected. This night is certainly guaranteed to open the Sky and Earth further through channeled moves and grooves among all in attendance!!!!

The featured NDUGU cultural lineup includes:

1 Nappy DJ Needles

2 Larry Lust

3 Enoch is Real

4 John Cobb

5 Aisha Karimah

6 DJ Nimbus



See you all connecting on the dancefloor!
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By: The Soulition

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