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Okayafrica Electrafrique Nairobi With Mzungu Kichaa [11/15]

Saturday, November 15th, Okayafrica Electrafrique Nairobi returns for its 25th edition with Tanzanian Bongo Flava artist Mzungu Kichaa.


This Saturday, November 15th, Electrafrique Nairobi returns to the Tree House Club for a very special 25th edition with Tanzanian Bongo Flava artist Mzungu Kichaa. The night is hosted by Electrafrique founder DJ Cortega and Electrique DJs and the Beat Parade Band, with guest DJ Nzech and Coco Rasta Ngori on MC duties. Follow Electrafrique on facebook and twitter for more info. Warm up with Cortega's latest mix below, recorded live from Electrafrique Dakar in October.

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Saturday, November 15th

Tree House, Museum Hill

9PM - 5AM

With special guest Mzungu Kichaa (Tanzania)

Hosted by: DJ Cortega, Electrique DJs & The Beat Parade Band

About Mzungu Kichaa:

Mzungu Kichaa is considered a pioneer of Tanzanian Bongo Flava, one of the biggest genres in the region. His socially conscious single and video, "Jitolee," took Tanzania by storm and reached number one on the East African Charts. His music videos are played all over the continent, and in Europe he won “Best Upcoming Artist” at the African Achievement Awards immediately after releasing his debut album, Tuko Pamoja, in 2009. Mzungu Kichaa performs in East Africa and tours Europe annually. His new release, HUSTLE, has received a nomination at the Danish Music Awards.

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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