When the song 'Waka Waka ' by Shakira came out, some of us weren't too amazed or excited about it , simply for the fact that it was familiar to some of us .I grew up litsening and singing that song , which originated from Cameroon ( where I was born) .But I have to say , Shakira's version is way better. A lot of people made a buzz about it saying she 'stole' The song .
Africa has and continues to inspire people around the world with fashion, rich culture, art, entertainment,etc..
You dont believe me ? check out some of the fashion trends and you will see that a lot of fashion designers, and jewelry makers including, Micheal Kors, Louis Vuitton, and many more designer's collections have been inspired by the tribal and ethnic African fashion.
If you watch the 'Waka Waka ' video, you will also see that Columbian singer Shakira was inspired by the South African groove .
Check out the drummer and the dancer's attires.
Even Jewelry designer Pamela Love has been inspired by Africa.
My point is not to point out or judge who is wrong or right for 'copying' or 'stealing', I am honored and proud of the fact my fellow African brothers and sisters continue to inspire the world daily.
Mes chers lecteurs, le but de cet article est de montrer que L'Afrique inspire le monde aves les arts, la mode , la musique et plus. La chanson waka waka a été inspirée par zangalewa,(une chanson Camerounaise) la chorégraphie dans la dernière vidéo de Beyonce était inspirée par la vidéo des Tofo Tofo boys.
Meme les grande maison de marques comme Louis Vuiton, Michael Kors et Pamela Love sont inspirée par la mode et culture Afriquaine.Je suis vraiment d'être Africaine.