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AKOKO

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Akoko is a Los Angeles-based duo consisting of Sugg Savage & Sloane Amelia, formed in 2010.

Originally from Washington, D.C., their focus is on blending their love of Rock, Neo-Soul, Reggae, & Hip-Hop music to create great music as art. Sugg Savage & Sloane Amelia are both multi-talented musicians, performing together in different musical organizations for over 4 years. Sugg, a singer/songwriter & guitarist, is a student of Berklee College of Music and is the duo's lead vocalist. Singer/songwriter Sloane Amelia attends Howard University and is Akoko’s lead MC. Both young women are proudly of Caribbean decent and have been heavily involved with music through-out their upbringings.

The name Akoko is a West-African Luo word meaning “Little Noise Maker”, representing both their appreciation of African culture and the “noise” the young duo creates.

Often times performing at different events on U St in Washington D.C., Akoko can be seen in various nightspots and poetry ciphers in and around the D.C. area.

Akoko can be contacted via their website at http://akokomusic.com/.
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