CARNIVAL 2016: The Changing Face of Carnival Music

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CARNIVAL 2016: The Changing Face of Carnival Music

Notting Hill Carnival is well known for its roots in Caribbean music but in the last few decades many other genres are being played too.

Greg Thomas, owner of GT Flex Roadshow - a sound system at Carnival, took Funmi Olutoye to Music & Video Exchange, a record store shop on Notting Hill Gate, to show her just how much Carnival has changed since it began in the 60s.

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