Through music, this episode of Hip Deep examines the influences—both political and musical—to come out of Cuba’s intervention in Angola.
Foreign Policy recommends: Hip Deep.
This week, Foreign Policy Playlist features Hip Deep, a podcast from Afropop Worldwide. This episode examines the influences—both political and musical—to come out of Cuba’s intervention in Angola.
Filling in for Amy Mackinnon, FP Africa Brief writer Lynsey Chutel hosts Ned Sublette, one of the producers of the episode, as they discuss these influences on Angola.
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