2Face Idibia "African Queen" (Nigeria)

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Uploaded by officially2face on Jun 13, 2011

Video of award winning track from the album, "Face 2 Face". Song composed,written and composed by Innocent Idibia. Produced by OJB Jezreel & Innocent Idibia. This song is a celebration of the endowment of the African woman .

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We need many more positive videos such as this one to be shown to Black children (and other children, youth, and adults). And we need to take other strong, proactive measures to help Children of Color recognize their physical beauty and know that beauty comes in all colors. Maybe then the next generation of Black children won't repeat the very sad results of this test:

Black doll White doll

posted by birgitvanhout
August 13, 2007

"High school student Kiri Davis explores the self-image of black children in the US by repeating the historic "doll test" of Dr. Kenneth Clark that led to school desegregation. The experiment shows how many black children are trapped by low self-esteem. Community Tampa Bay works to eliminate prejudice, stereotypes and racism. We envision a world free from discrimination, in which every individual is treated with dignity and respect.Learn more about our work at www.communitytampabay.org."

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I also love this song & this video. I happened upon it last year while surfing YouTube. The tune is soothing.and catchy (memorable). I love the words, and I love the images of all those beautiful African women. I particularly love seeing the traditional Nigerian clothing. When I was growing up in New Jersey in the 1950s, I didn't even know that Africans had traditional clothing. My concept of the African continent/African cultures was shaped by Tarzan movies. Thanks in large measure to the Internet, nowadays children, teens, and adults can debunk that false image of Africa. Even if we don't physically travel to an African country, we can "see" modern Africa with our own eyes via the Internet.

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shawtykira (1 year ago) proud 2 be an african queen. luv dis song.!
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iamthecooltype (1 year ago)  So beautiful song!
Found this song from the movie
Phat Girlz (Where this song is the theme
of the movie)
 LOVE THE MOVIE
AND LOVE THIS SONG!
 
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7800MEMO (11 months ago) is the movie a nigerian movie??

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    jblive1985 (10 months ago) Reply: no American

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mysweetness1 (10 months ago) believed it or not..African-americans are "african queens as well..Deal with it!

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sexydahlee (1 year ago) hmmm ....I love this song..very romantic....
hope to hear a song the philippines queen

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lilmariakalilammo (1 year ago)  Spam man all i can thaink about iz my babe when i hear diz song

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Krazzyfm (1 year ago) one of the best song in the world nuff love from Antigua out of the Caribbean
 
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Bleesh1989 (1 year ago) I can't get this out of my head, one of my African friends is looking for his queen here in Belgium and he plays teh song all day long, soo cute!

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617shawtii (1 year ago) dis song is bomb... yesss. i am his african queen =]

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davidnomercy (10 months ago) omg great song great video great lyrics pretty ladies!

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sebbysebra (9 months ago) I just love this song! My wife is an African Queen and my sister in-law sang this song to us in our wedding! I love you my African Queen!

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nuasnezinau (9 months ago) I want to be his African queen :)

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nialah94 (9 months ago)  i luv this song.and yes i am a proud african queen
 
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JuicyHabboNuts (7 months ago) this should be like...the african anthem!
 
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AngisMelody (4 months ago) Reply: Maybe it should, cause this song is  sooooo good, but this is not african language... and Africa is not a single country but a whole continent... just think about it.

 

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