In 2009, a handful of London-based musicians travelled to Nairobi in Kenya to collaborate with local musicians there. The project was set up by Hetty Hughes and her friend Aaron Abraham, co-founders of a voluntary organisation called Art of Protest established in order to promote local musicians and rappers. Hetty and Aaron were disheartened by the way they were being sidelined and overlooked, so they set about inviting some London-based musicians to visit Nairobi and collaborate. It was a loose arrangement… there was no specific agenda other than to bring the musicians together, exchange ideas and enjoy the results.
|#||Display Credits at Bottom Display Credits Inline Title||Rating||Length|
|11||Gone Thum Mana Gi Nyadhi||4:03|
|44||Margaret Okudo (dub)||4:18|
|66||Doyoi Nyajo Nam||6:59|
|77||Owegi Owandho (solo)||5:01|
|88||Nabed Nade Ei Piny Ka (rework)||3:32|
|99||Here on the Line||4:11|
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