Description : One in six children 5 to 14 years old — about 16 percent of all children in this age group — is involved in child labor in developing countries.
In the least developed countries, 30 percent of all children are engaged in child labor.
Worldwide, 126 million children work in hazardous conditions, often enduring beatings, humiliation and sexual violence by their employers.
An estimated 1.2 million children — both boys and girls — are trafficked each year into exploitative work in agriculture, mining, factories, armed conflict or commercial sex work.
The highest proportion of child laborers is in sub-Saharan Africa, where 26 percent of children (49 million) are involved in work .
& this progressive meta trial is trying to make U
remember We can at least do say a No to child labour with our musiX for next generations ..
(sorry if there's any issue or pOp in iT)
regarding child labour :
can we do anything ? ? can we really have any effect in their life by our musiX ? ?
this progressive metal trial tries to say a No to child labour ...
Dear unseen friends please share your idea with us about the ways we may can be usefull about child labour in your comments(instead of writing about my playing) ..thnX.__B
Description : AFRICA ROOTS
Description : Africa sound-hip hop straight from africa
Description : I used Fl Studio. It's a deep house song From South Africa, this you should play using headphones, earphones or speakers that have a lot of bass.
Description : An instrumental with an african sound
Description : ......
Description : original any one to put their accapella on this be my guest
Description : dope instrumental in need of a hot singer, south africa loves it and money will be grown if there is a singer
Description : Going back to my roots on this track...Got a spooky africa-vibe about it. I tried to combine heavy chord combo with an aery build up. lots of atmosphere...sounds great loud! haha...listen and enjoy,comments returned...TT
Description : Here attached is a new country tune I put together using several loops I bought off a disk set. I call it 'Old Tyme Country' as it is close to being Bluegrass as well. (Bluegrass usually has a Mandoline, Fiddle and a 5-string Banjo, and a rhythm guitar at least).
This instrumental features no guitars or regular drums. Rhythm here is provided by a Dulcimer, a Shaker and a drum like instrument called a Djembe. (An instrument from Africa, looking like a tall Bongo drum)
An acoustic stand-up Bass is used along with a 4 string Banjo, and the Fiddle is the main instrument.
Put all these together and this is the sound you can have. Hope you'll like it.
Description : This is a West Africa meets the West (Europe)track. I have used the West African sound as the foundation and brought in traditional Irish strings and French horns.
Description : This is South Africa's homegrown dance sound. the genre is known as Kwaito. My kids challenged me to make a kwaito track for them, and this is it. They LOVED it!
Description : Drums of Africa
Description : Drums of AfriCA
Description : FL studio 9 Track, Ideas and collabs are welcome.
Description : Haven't posted anything in a while, and I was super bored this day...So I decided to make a old school hard trance African track.
Description : MADE for the dance.floor..will make party jump
Description : Like the name of the track says, this tune is full of African crazy rhythm. Here you can hear wooden xylophone, marimba and other instruments, some jungle FX's and many more... so take a listen, play loud and enjoy it.
Every comment is highly appreciated
Description : HEY HOMMIES CHECK MA GUYZ AND I
WE CALL OURSELVES THE VISION ENTERTAINMENT
MAYNE SOON FROM NOW WE're HEARDIN TO THE BANGS
we a group of seven powerful camerronian bringin the the new genre in da west Africa
listen to enjoy this work
HEAR ME FLIP AFTA THE SHORT BRIDGE
From cameroon is about to expode
with us n^^^ga headin to the top...
Description : Africa the brave, Nigeria the impassioned. people raise as the 'We' from the 'us' that died TRYING
we strive to make opportunity from devastation.
''to weather this life storm is to forever meet your needs''
Description : This is African House(Southern Africa).I just joined Looperman,had to share right away,there are lots good people who share great stuff which i will be soon using & please give feedback as i am still working on the project..which will help to improve & will be updating you with more songs.. soon... Peace !!
Description : I think this track is a reality of what durban (south africa) has to offer to the entire planet under house roof.....
What do you have to say.
This is power of fruity loop 9 producer edition
Description : Collab with Salook and Avanaco. Salook sent me the stems and I was inspired to do something n0madish to it. Added bull roarers, rattles, and effected barimbau to the mix and tweaked and manipulated the stems to tease out the urban aboriginal sounds.
I've tried to turn this thing into a sonic ritual - and let the sounds effect the psyche in significant ways.
FINAL FINAL DRAFT2 - rerecorded with Live and the APC 40. Added an additional track (to create more bass) of an effected monochord attempting to emulate the sounds of a friction drum. Further revised the effects on the barimbau, and rattles, too. Addition of ululations for purposes of equilibrium. Pretty intense.
Salook and I have been discussing this project as a kind of sonic triptych, with each of the 3 collaborators having a version like a panel in a painting. The iconographic triptychs were portals between the mundane world and the spiritual one, and it really feels like the "base" of this piece connects to this function.
When I was a graduate student at Western Washington University, we had a visiting professor from the Northwest Province of Cameroon join the dept. for a year. Shortly after arriving, he went to visit the nearby Lummi Reservation and was surprised to find that their masks were very similar to his own. Additionally, the Lummi had wooden longhouses just like back home, and danced the same dances but in the opposite direction. The only real difference he could see (of significance) was how the rattle is a sacred object in America, but not back in Africa.
Much thanks to Salook and Avonaco for allowing me to do this one.
Avonaco's "Action Figures" should be listened to first.
Salook's "Ham Radio" should be listened to next.
Description : Hmm, what can I say? I worked on this after finishing Joy Stix and it took me a few hours. Initally wanted to try out some dubstep but I'm not so sure this even fits that genre. Feedback & suggestions are always welcome. Enjoy
Description : A funky house track