Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of kuduro.

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Examples

  • The music is an ever-evolving matrix of sub-genres – Ivory Coast's coupé decalé, Angola's kuduru, Cape Verde's funaná – but it's all fast, furious and studded with offbeat electronica.

    Various: The Sound of Club Secousse – review

  • They're a bit uncomfortable with being the only well-known kuduru group, though.

    Salon

  • "We were very happy to find out that the kuduru guys in Angola don't see us as a kuduru act."

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Similar to how Jamaican immigrants in London evolved dancehall reggae into dubstep and other genres, Buraka hopes to both popularize and expand on kuduru rhythms.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • Pite nodded, saying the group is "starting something that should have started like 10 years ago," when kuduru was first developed in Angola.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • The band looped in familiar bits like Snap's "Rhythm is a Dancer" with their own little-known songs, a blend of the Angolan techno genre kuduru with international dance influences.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

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