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These 9 Wildly Popular Christmas Classics Have Been Africanized. And We Love It!!!

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It’s the season of good tidings, Christmas carols, and gift exchange. As the year approaches a close, there are some standard classics that are guaranteed to grace the airwaves. Rather than listen to the old Christmas playlist why not try the Africanized versions of your Christmas favorites?. We have compiled a list of 9 Christmas song classics that have been Africanized. So tell us, which one is your favorite?

Africanized Christmas Songs

Christmas Song#1 – O Holy Night

By Mtaze Paul and Nyiti Gerald

Christmas Song#2 – Christmas The African Way

By Mbuvi – Wasikuku

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Christmas Song#3 – Christmas Song

by Sonorous, Mo Eazy, Pearl & Ruby

Christmas Song#4 – Mary Did You Know

By Notefiers

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By Amos and Josh 

By Proclaim

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Christmas Song#5 – Jingle Bells

By Tunde Ednut Featuring Iceprince, JJC, Lynxxx, Davido

Christmas Song#6 – Little Drummer Boy

By Alex Boye

By Notefiers

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Christmas Song#7 – A South African Christmas Song

By Sizalelwe Indodana

Christmas Song#8 – 12 Days of Christmas

By Nairobi Lighthouse Church

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By Various Artists (Africa)

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Christmas Song#9 – Silent Night

By African Children’s Choir

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