Thanks for the music, everyone. Today's country is Botswana, I'm going to start with the song Pleasure by Motswaferé. On her LinkedIn profile she describes herself as a Jazz singer. Next: Black Butterfly by Mpho Sebina. At first this sounded unusual to me, with the instrumental parts of the song not quite fitting together. But, on repeated this song, in my opinion, delivers its subtle payoff. It's said that Sebina combines' hip-hop, soul, jazz, traditional Setswana music and folklore into her sound' Sebina is Botswana born, but is now based in Johannesburg. Like many musicians around the world, she's quiet international. In lists of music from countries, it's very common that expatriate artists may be claimed by more than one country and Sebina is claimed by Botswana in some lists. So, I'll include her here. Hopefully I won't forget that she's been covered when I get to South Africa Here's something more traditional, including music and dance. I'm not sure of the track's name, but it might be Siwawa. I've heard that African guitar players have sometimes developed their own styles. I found two interesting guitar videos. This first video is said to be in the Baiji language, but I couldn't find that language in a list of languages of Botswana. I note that one guitar is a 12 string guitar with missing strings. I'm told that in the past some African musicians had missing strings on their guitars but couldn't afford to buy new strings, so they learned to work with what they had. I don't know if this is the case here. The track is identified on Youtube as Local Musicians Thomas and Metlha playing their own song in Baiji language.And finally, here is guitarist 'Ronnie' who has a guitar playing style that I have not seen before. Playing the track 'Happy New Year'. This video became an Internet sensation, but it is reported that Ronnie Moipolai died of an AIDS-related illness.