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African House influencing British musicians

31 July 2013 Last updated at 19:31 BST

If you have spent any time in Johannesburg or Durban, South African house is a sound that you will have heard.

This music is played everywhere, from taxis and barbers shops to bars and parties.

Now that the hypnotic township sound has reached Europe and other parts of the world, it has helped some young Africans to reconnect with their roots.

BBC Africa's Lebo Diseko reports from the London underground club scene.

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