South Africa's electronic Gqom music goes global

From the bedroom to the bar rooms of the biggest nightclubs in the world, a new genre of house music is coming straight out of South Africa.

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    From the bedroom to the bar rooms of the biggest nightclubs in the world, a new genre of house music is coming straight out of South Africa.

    DJs and producers from Durban have built up an international following by posting their tracks, including electronic Gqom, online.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Durban, South Africa.

    A warning for our viewers: This report contains flashing images.


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