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Ewe culture group in Ghana

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Published on May 5, 2009

Young dancers practicing their moves in Kisseman, a village at the northern edge of Accra in Ghana - literally where Accra meets bush.

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Zakiya Yakubu Amadu
do you know that every drumbeat has a meaning and the dance moves
Essi Renhier
Foolish imposters , This is not Êʋêo either Êʋê dance.
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Zakiya Yakubu Amadu
do you know that every drumbeat has a meaning and the dance moves
ama00010
enjoyed seeing and . . . the music was fused with modern hip-hop in the backround. It shows just how far in time civilization has come.
cmorteh1
That was very cute. It's a mixer of tribal dances, and put together well. They were great!!! Keep it up.
jjj3jones
This reminds me of the dances my sister brought back from Ghana in the '70's! I love how so many moves stay the same. Please add the meanings to the dances when you publish them. Meaning in dance has really lost its way!!! Help those who have dance in their hearts keep the stories in dance ALIVE and MEANINGFUL!!! Peace 
dfierros83
Kid has a barkley jersey! Right on!
dfierros83
Really awesome!
Christopher King - Bosso
this is not an ewe culture group. the song they are singing isn't ewe song.
ornella degboe
dis is balet.....is not really dose traditional dances...
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