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Gudugudu is a traditional drum used by the Yoruba ethnic group of Nigeria. It is a smaller, rounded, and melodic batá-related drum (with only a single animal skin drumhead) that is played with two thin and semi-flexible dried rolled sticks or "lashes" made of cow skin (in its dried form commonly called "rawhide"). In fact, some commentators say that the gudugudu drum is so melodic and danceable that it can sustain a melody without accompaniment. It can be seen and experienced in modern sekere, fuji, apala and possibly juju cultural performances.

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