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Senegalese Musician King Ibu
Senegalese Musician King Ibu

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AIR DATE: July 12, 2011

Growing up in Senegal, King Ibu knew he wanted to move to America to make it big. He played the drums in LA and Vegas casinos, sharing the stage with names like Carlos Santana. But King Ibu says he still hasn't forgotten his roots - he collaborates with musicians all around the world, thanks to the Internet. King Ibu tells us about the next wave of composing online, and how he's mixing Afrobeat into Vegas music. Rebroadcast

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