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Watch New Interview-Based Web Series 'African Time' (Africans Sharing American Experiences)

Photo of Tambay A. Obenson By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act February 4, 2013 at 3:57PM

I dig this new web series from WAAVE & DADA Productions, titled African Time, which is described as an interview-based series that centered on Africans sharing thoughts, experiences, loves, anecdotes and more on their transitioning into *American culture*
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African Time

I dig this new web series from WAAVE & DADA Productions, titled African Time, which is described as an interview-based series that centered on Africans sharing thoughts, experiences, loves, anecdotes and more on their transitioning into *American culture*

The series premiered in December and is up to episode 7 as of today.

I've embedded the first 3 episodes below; if you'd like to watch the rest, click HERE for the WAAVE & DADA YouTube channel. 

One thing about each episode that's a bit annoying is the continuous background music, which interfers with the dialogue that's been had. My suggestion to the producers would be to let the music play at the intro, and then either kill it completely, or take its volume down significantly, when the subject of each episode starts speaking, so that one can focus on what exactly is being said. Or maybe it's just me, my own hearing or my laptop speakers. 

Otherwise, I appreciate the attempt here:

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