A DJ playing at 'Kampala Night' in London which draws people in from Norway and Sweden
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Kampala beats in the heart of London

The last in Focus on Africa's series looking at how Africans in the diaspora are using music to build their bond to the continent, takes a look at beats and rhythms from Uganda.

A venue in London has become a popular place for young Ugandans and other East Africans in the UK to share music and learn more about the beats they left back home.

The owner of the club started 'Kampala Night' so that he could remain connected to his town in Uganda.

Lebo Diseko went to the club to find out more.

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  • 01 Aug 2013
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