Belize-based The Garifuna Collective joins generations of musicians to share the music and language of their Afro-Indigenous Garifuna culture, bringing joy and resilience to the forefront of their story. Their latest album, Aban, infuses traditional rhythms with modern melodies to showcase the group's ever-vibrant sound. Darek Mazzone hosts the band on Wo'Pop for the performance of four songs and a conversation on the importance of their legacy. Recorded 09/27/2019
1. Weyu Lárigi Weyu (Day By Day)
3. Gudemei (Poverty)
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