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In celebration of African American Ancestry month, the a cappella group Kazual brought their four part harmonies and coordinated dance moves to Ramapo's stage. Students came out to the H-Wing Auditorium on Friday to enjoy the group’s unique style of music.

A cappella music is created entirely by voices. Members of an a cappella group are responsible for singing the lyrics, harmonies and beat of a song without the help of instruments. Recently, television shows and movies have explored a cappella music, which is how many Ramapo students, like freshman Christine DePope, may have come to know about it.

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