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The most lasting change, however, may have been the importation of reggae from Jamaica.
Following international superstar Bob Marley's concert celebrating Zimbabwe's independence in 1980, reggae took hold across Africa.
Lucky Dube was the first major South African artists ; his style was modelled most closely on that of Peter Tosh.
Into the 1990s, Lucky Dube was one of the best-selling artists in South African history, especially his 1990 album Slave.
The 90s also saw Jamaican music move towards ragga, an electronic style that was more influential on kwaito ( South African hip hop music ) than reggae.

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