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  1. Jubar
    Joseph Haule (born December 29 th ), popularly known as Professor Jay, is a Tanzanian hip hop artist and member of the Tanzanian parliament for Mikumi techno.huswynbaktilararcanebrand.infoinfo is one of the prominent representatives of the "Bongo Flava" Tanzanian hip hop subgenre, which mixes elements from both Western hip hop and the Tanzanian tradition (including swahili lyrics as well as an activist attitude Occupation: Tanzanian Hip Hop Artist.
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  2. Kigaramar
    Bongo Flava: Swahili Rap from Tanzania (Out|Here Rec) Reviewed by Sadie O., 7/10/06 Rap from Tanzania in Swahili (duh!) – tends to be a bit chill, also more conscious in terms of subject and lyrics than most American popular hip hop, not that non-Swahili speakers would be able to tell.
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  3. Voodooran
    Bongo flava is the nickname for Tanzanian music. The genre developed in the s, mainly as a derivative of American hip hop, with additional influences from reggae, R&B, afrobeat, dancehall, and traditional Tanzanian styles such as taarab and dansi, a combination that forms a unique style of music. Lyrics are usually in Swahili or English. The name "bongo flava" is a corruption of "bongo flavour", Cultural origins: s Tanzania.
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  4. Yobar
    Dec 14,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Tanzania Bongo Flava Kingwendu Comedy Rap Mapepe YouTube YouTube; Ndio mzee Tanzania - Swahili Bongo Flava - Saida Karoli (Nkyali Muto) - .
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  5. Shashicage
    While the genre has developed its own set of rules, one of the most exciting elements of bongo flava is its adaptability to Tanzania’s many different cultures. Groups like the Maasai X Plastaz adapt the bongo flava sound with their own traditional musical influences, such as Maasai deep chanting.
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  6. Vicage
    Bongo Flava Bongo Flava is a Tanzanian music style that blends Swahili lyrics with all sorts of dialects, melodies, beats, rhythms and sound.
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  7. Moshura
    Jun 30,  · Bongo flava is a Swahili rap from Tanzania. It expresses what youth in present East Africa think and dream about. Unlike American hip hop, bongo flava went unnoticed by the rest of the world initially, but it has became the best selling pop music in East Africa.
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  8. Tojasar
    Juma Nature a.k.a. Sir Nature (born Juma Kassim Ally, in ) is a Tanzanian hip hop recording artist and record producer. He is the founder and member of a Temeke group called Wanaume, an informal group of rappers from the poor side of Dar es techno.huswynbaktilararcanebrand.infoinfo his last album, "Bongo Flava: Swahili Rap from Tanzania", many of the lyrics which are in his tracks include current problems within his country.
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  9. Shakajind
    The name Bongo Flava comes from the Swahili word for brains (connoting smarts or intelligence), which is ubongo. Bongo is the slang nickname for Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania, and the former techno.huswynbaktilararcanebrand.infoinfo streets of Dar es Salaam is where Tanzanian hip-hop was born, thus the name of the genre literally translates to 'the flava from Dar es Salaam'.
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  10. Grot
    Mar 15,  · Bongo Flava: Swahili Rap from Tanzania is a minute ride through the streets of Dar es Salaam. It's a look at what youth in present urban East Africa think and dream about. Bongo Flava is the name of a certain type of hip-hop-influenced music which -- unnoticed by the rest of the world -- has become the best selling pop music in East Africa today.5/5(2).
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