Rift Valley Brothers ‘Mu Afrika/Uhiki Wa Nduru’ Mu-Africa
This song rekindles memories of the fiery wave of the black consciousness movement that swept across the African diaspora from 1960s through to the ’80s. The Rift Valley Brothers band’s lyrics are seemingly a clarion call imploring local Kenyans to come to terms with their rich African roots and home-grown heroes. These were likely inspired and penned in praise of Kenya’s liberation struggle and key Mau Mau frontline freedom fighters. Several unsung and long forgotten ‘bush’ generals are saluted for their sweat, gallantry and bloodshed. But the underlying message is undeniably emphatic on the pressing need (especially for the younger generation) to embrace selfconsciousness and pride in their African heritage.
A) Rift Valley Brothers ‘Mu Africa’
B) Rift Valley Brothers ‘Uhiki Wa Nduru’
very good soothing music. good rhythm and bass guitar.
Very good nostalgic music of olden times. RIP Monyoncho bwa Araka.
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why is the "buy" link dead? frustrating!
is the faduma kassim out of print? the buy the single link is dead...