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Gnawa music, legacy of enslaved Black Africans, surges in popularity | Bill Whitaker interviews Sulaiman Hakim | 60 Minutes

09 March 2024

Hundreds of thousands of music fans visit Morocco each year for the Gnawa and World Music Festival. The ancient music, often dubbed Moroccan Blues, is the legacy of enslaved Black Africans in Morocco.

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