Patrice Babatunde Bart-Williams (born July 9, 1979 in Kerpen, North Rhine-Westphalia), better known as Patrice, is an Sierra Leonean-German singer-songwriter. Raised by a Sierra Leonean father and a German mother, Patrice Bart-Williams grew up listening to Burning Spear, Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and Bob Dylan, writing his own songs from the age of 12.
Bai Bureh (1840 – August 24, 1908) was a Sierra Leonean ruler and military strategist who led the Temne and Loko uprising against British rule in 1898 in Northern Sierra Leone.
Herbert Samuel Heelas Macaulay (November 14, 1864 – May 7, 1946) was a Nigerian nationalist, politician, engineer, journalist, and musician and considered by many Nigerians as the founder of Nigerian nationalism.
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