ZULU AND NDEBELE TRADITIONAL DANCE, CHAKA ZULU, ZULU NATION
African Music Television (AMtv) is dedicated to promote the natural heritage of Africans in order to educate our youths about the essence of knowing their roots and culture. The Zulu tribe in South Africa are very proud men and women who will go to any length to showcase their pride as a tribal group. Their dance performances are very intense and well organized since most Zulus are known as warriors. You can see them holding their spears and shields during traditional ceremonies.
AFRO PORTUGUESE DANCE, ANGOLAN TRADITIONAL DANCE GROUP
Perola is a talented super star from Angola. Most of her songs are composed in Portuguese. This sensational artist have produced many hit songs in Africa. The tile of this exclusive Afro Portuguese song is called "Omboio". Click play and checkout Perola in one of her best performance.
BEST AFRICAN TRADITIONAL AND CULTURAL DANCE COLLECTIONS
Most African countries have managed to preserve their cultural heritage despite pressure from Western influences which is widely popularized in major cities across Africa. Our net work will show case exclusive traditional dance groups and rare stories across Africa, the Caribbean, Australia and South America. This dance group is from South Africa.
TROUBADOUR D' HAITI - HAITIAN MUSIC - KOMPA DANCE - AFRO BEAT
African Music tv have awarded the best, live beach, recording to Troubadour D'Haiti. With just a few band members, Troubadour was able to record one of the best Afro Caribbean song. This exlcusive music group is from Haiti. All credits to this video goes to Troubadour D'Haiti.
A SOUTH AMERICAN EXCLUSIVE TRADITIONAL DANCE PRESENTATION
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AFRO LATINOS - AFRO PERUVIAN - PERUVIAN MUSIC - LIMA PERU
The video above and the video below are very similar but were capture in two different time zones. This goes to show you that despite the displacement of Africans by slavery, our ancestors were very determined to preserve their natural African Heritage. Click the video below and watch a Peruvian dancer putting off burning flames on her skirt with her sexy dance moves.