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Where the Hell is Afunakwa?




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Published on Dec 2, 2007

I went to the Solomon Islands to research the origins of Rorogwela, a traditional folk song that was sampled in "Sweet Lullaby" by Deep Forest and reused in my dancing videos.

My mom just pointed out a grammatical error in the opening. And I got the date wrong. It was on Halloween. Ah, well.

If you just can't get enough, there's more detail about the Solomons on my site:

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