‘Bakosó: AfroBeats of Cuba’ brings people together with music

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NEW YORK — Music is a universal language that transcends time and place, bringing people together across continents.

That can be seen in the film, “Bakosó: AfroBeats of Cuba.”

The award-winning documentary premieres Monday night on PBS.

Ahead of the premiere, the filmmakers who made it happen, brothers Eli and Kahlil Jacobs-Fantauzzi spoke with PIX11 to discuss the film and what they want people to walk away with after watching it. 

Tune in to PBS to watch Bakosó: AfroBeats of Cuba Monday night.

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