We like to say that culture is learned and shared within a social group. Here's an example in a video from Cultural Equity. Young folks on Carriacou, Grenada, are practicing a Nation or Big Drum song.
Traditionally, these songs were performed to encourage the participation and blessing of the Ancestors on important occasions such as launching a boat, moving into a new house, setting up a permanent tombstone, and so on. The drumming patterns are associated with specific Aftrican Nations, such as Kromanti, Igbo, Kongo, etc. The songs are mostly in French Creole, but sometimes in English Creole and also sometimes containing phrases that may be African in origin.