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Nneka reflects on her inquisitive nature and her passion to address social problems

vocalo on October 29, 2012 19:29

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    Nigerian singer songwriter, Nneka mixes hip hop, reggae, soul, rock, and Afrobeat into her own unique style of politicized music. Known to bring attention to injustices, hypocrisies, corruption and violence in her homeland, Nneka's songs are a passionate plea for love, selflessness and peaceful coexistence in communities worldwide. She spoke with The MusicVox host Jesse Menendez about her latest album Soul Is Heavy, her inquisitive nature, her urge to question politics, religion and social problems in her music, as well as her personal experiences living in Nigeria and Germany that led her to become the versatile musician she is.

    The MusicVox airs M-F 6-8pm CT on 89.5 FM and Vocalo.org

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