Musicians turn defiant in post-unrest Sudan

Musicians turn defiant in post-unrest Sudan



songs of revolution echo in the studio in cartoon from rap to afrobeat musicians in Sudan are composing music inspired by recent protests that rocked the city a lot of the music that we did now have phrases from revolution turned into melodies and songs that's the whole idea many songs released during the revolution became hymns for people and they were sung during the demonstrations and sit-ins it encouraged people Darren Omar al-bashir three-decade rule rappers were unable to express themselves musicians had to use metaphors when writing their lyrics but all that changed six months ago he gave the people more of a unified opinion against what's happening he kind of directed or gave them that sense of togetherness and unity so music played a huge role directing the message of the revolution and making the Sudanese people one Alima DS later sunk tells the story of a man looking for peace and justice and his things of his daughter being told stories of how they fought for freedom like other artists he hopes his songs inspire peaceful transition for Sudan Sharon ogle a GRT world

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