Djiboutian music is characterized by poetry, and the meaning of a song is often the first thing a listener pays attention to. It’s a mix of Somali funk, Harlem jazz-era horns, Bollywood-style vocals, and reggae licks. The first major form of modern Djiboutian music began in the mid-1940s, when Djibouti was part of French Somaliland.

Djibouti Songs

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