The Dinizulu Archives is a series of various video clips which include a wide array of footage from field research he has conducted around the African Diaspora. Also you will find some excerpts of vintage and rare footage that has been collected throughout the years. All contents of the series can be seen at www.youtube.com/africanbushdoctor   

Mutabaruka Interviews Kimati Dinizulu on CVM TV in Jamaica West Indies oan Kimati Dinizulu's upcoming album, "Ancestral Spirits". Part 1

Mutabaruka Interviews Kimati Dinizulu on CVM TV in Jamaica West Indies oan Kimati Dinizulu's upcoming album, "Ancestral Spirits". Part 2

Mutabaruka Interviews Kimati Dinizulu on CVM TV in Jamaica West Indies oan Kimati Dinizulu's upcoming album, "Ancestral Spirits". Part 3

Mutabaruka Interviews Kimati Dinizulu on CVM TV in Jamaica West Indies oan Kimati Dinizulu's upcoming album, "Ancestral Spirits". Part 3

Published November 14, 2012 Documented by Nana Kimati Dinizulu While enjoying the atmosphere at Jamaica's Hellshire Beach I had the opportunity to listen and talk with two Jamaica men who shared some of their thoughts. It was a warm, safe and lovely night with plenty of good food and conversation.

This is an example of Kete. Kete is dance and music of the Akan people of West Africa. The following was taken from Kwabena Nketia's, Drumming in Akan Communities of Ghana. While apirede is generally considered a 'fearful' dance, kete is described as 'pleasant and charming'.

This is an excerpt of Adowa dance, music and song. Recorded in Kumasi, Ghana, West Africa by Nana Kimati Dinizulu.