Known as "Stonebwoy," Stonegod," and "Bhim Nation President," Satelka incorporates dancehall, reggae, and Afro-pop into his music. His foundation raises money for children afflicted with disabilities and pays education fees. Every year he performs at a festival to benefit Ashaiman.
The musical group incorporates the sounds of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Afrojazz, and Kanda Bongo Man into a new style. Donald Moyo, Trustworth Samende, Mathias Muzaza, Abundance Mutori, Ndaba Coster Moyo, and Miti Mugande are members. Mokoomba means crossing the river of blessings.
John Withers sings vocals and plays guitar. The Guardian feels that the band's debut album is a blend of South African house and Afro-pop music. Emmanuel Nzaramba's voice is authentic.
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African musicians give back to their home countries, bring their heritage to life on stages across the world, and stay true to their roots.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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