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Nairobi Yetu - Kilio Cha Haki - A Cry For Justice mp3 flac download

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Nairobi Yetu
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Kilio Cha Haki - A Cry For Justice
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It includes word plays and punchlines. he was featured in DANDORA BURNING,KILIO CHA HAKI means A cry for justice is an album released in 2004, it’s a collaboration of 38 strong collective from Nairobi. Based in the Eastlands district of Nairobi in Kenya, Nairobi Yetu sing about their lives and the struggles they face – from poverty, crime and drugs to AIDS and even political corruption. and two succeful album SIKU NJEMA and TAIFA LEO He is part of Ukoo Flani Mau Mau Trust

In 2004 the Kilio Cha Haki, A Cry for Justice (by Nairobi Yetu) compilation appeared, featuring Rha Goddess, a performing artist and socio-political activist based in New York. Nairobi Yetu is a collaboration of 38-strong collective from Nairobi, among them . ongi and Kalamashaka. Swahili Entertainment Inc. and Nomadic Wax Records combined in late 2004 to start the distribution and publishing of East African urban music. Other companies like Bab Kubwa and Project 254 Records are also working to develop and expand the market for this music. This upshot of this music can be well seen in the.

Kilio Cha Haki means A cry for justice, and that’s exactly what the members of the 38 strong collective from Nairobi are expressing on this album. It makes a refreshing change to hear rap and hip-hop being used to promote lifestyles other than the ‘bling-bling’ gangster style. However, there is a danger that this could all sound unbearably worthy – world music does tend to conjure up visions of patronising.

Thirty-eight rappers from across the Eastlands came by to record tracks, and the result is the album Kilio Cha Haki: A Cry for Justice. You would never guess from the MCs' nimble, charismatic raps that most had never seen recording equipment before. Some people think there's no hip-hop in East Africa," says Zakah, whose song Hebu Rudisha describes life on the Boma's doorstep.

One listener’s ‘overlong’ is another’s ‘comprehensive’ menagerie of snug head bobbers (think Pete Rock, The Ummah, LA Symphony ranging from merry to sensitive) embraced by an avid band of peas-in-a-pod rhymers fighting the good fight; it won’t hurt to take a moment and listen to justice prevail. Previous ArticleSOUTHPORT WEEKENDER ALBUM 2 MIXED BY BLAZE & JOE CLAUSSELL SUSU. Next ArticleGreg Vickers.

Cross (also known as † and Justice) is the debut studio album by French electronic music duo Justice. It was first released digitally on 11 June 2007, and later on 18 June through Ed Banger Records and Because Music in most countries and Vice Records in the United States. Recorded during 2005 and 2006 in Paris, Cross was aimed to be an "opera-disco" album. It features many samples and "microsamples" throughout, with about 400 albums being used as sampled material.

Tracklist

1 Intro
2 Fanya Tena
3 Sisi
4 Situlikwambia
5 Interlude
6 All Over The World
7 Kilio
8 Mama We
9 Nijenge
10 Interlude
11 24/7
12 Hebu Rudisha
13 Pesa Pesa
14 Interlude
15 Confessions
16 Interlude
17 Sina Makosa
18 Msanii
19 Got Drama
20 Interlude
21 Sefu
22 Outro

Credits

  • Executive Producer – uptoyoutoo

Notes

Nairobi’s rednose distrikt presents featuring Kalamashaka and Rha Goddess: a cry for justice

Executive producers uptoyoutoo

Comments: some places describe "Kilio Cha Haki" as the name of the collective and others that this is the only title of the album and the artists are the Nairobi Yetu (collective). From my reading of the sleeve notes I got with the latter.
Notes from http://www.musicomh.com/reviews/albums/nairobi-yetu-kilio-cha-haki
Kilio Cha Haki means “A cry for justice”, and that’s exactly what the members of the 38 strong collective from Nairobi are expressing on this album. Based in the Eastlands district of Nairobi in Kenya, Nairobi Yetu sing about their lives and the struggles they face – from poverty, crime and drugs to AIDS and even political corruption.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8717127011421
  • Matrix / Runout: P50528 KILIO CHA HAKI
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J62