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Rhodzi - Baba Maraire - Wona Baba Maraire (CD, Album)

9 Reply to “ Rhodzi - Baba Maraire - Wona Baba Maraire (CD, Album) ”

  1. Tautilar says:
    Tendai ‘Baba’ Maraire - Wona Baba Maraire The Album of the Week at GondwanaSound radio show is “Wona Baba Maraire” from a Seattle based Zimbabwean, Tendai Maraire. Whether it was writing hip hop rhymes for Shabazz Palaces, growing up with a Dad who has a passion for marimba bands and ethnomusicology or just listening to Prince in the back of the family car, Tendai pulls on all his.
  2. Fekazahn says:
    Wona Baba Maraire, an album by Baba Maraire on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Kajizahn says:
    Wona Baba Maraire (Maraire Enterprises, ) Tendai ‘Baba’ Maraire of avant-garde hip-hop group Shabazz Palaces has released this album where he returns to his Zimbabwean Shona music roots. Baba Maraire grew up in South Seattle in the United States and was exposed to his family’s Zimbabwean music as well as American musical styles.
  4. Tojazahn says:
    Baba Maraire One half of the hip-hop duo Shabazz Palaces, Baba Maraire takes a side trip into his Zimbabwean heritage on Wona Baba Maraire (Maraire Enterprises), which brims with upswelling voices and burbling thumb piano lines. “Rhodzi,” about a struggle against British colonialism, slathers its rebellious message with aural honey.
  5. Zulkigrel says:
    Over the past decade, emerging Seattle-based artist Tendai Maraire, the American-born son of Zimbabwean teacher, performer, and ethnomusicologist, Dumisani Maraire, has crafted a unique musical position by marshaling multiple diasporic strands in his music. These include both the centuries-old African-American diaspora that took shape through the “Black Atlantic,” as well as an emerging.
  6. Muk says:
    Tendai Maraire / “Wedu Minanzi” / Wona Baba Maraire / Self Produced. Kirsten Braten Berg / “Bansular-Ding Ding Ide” / From Senagal to Setesdal / Six Degrees Records. Bela Fleck / “Tulinesangala” / Throw Down Your Heart / Rounder. Fiddlers 4 / “African Solstice” / Fiddlers 4 / Compass.
  7. Tuzuru says:
    Tendai "Baba" Maraire Wona Baba Maraire Hearth Music As the son of Dumisani Maraire, it is only natural Tendai "Baba" Maraire would follow in his father's footsteps. In this case, Tendai takes up the shona torch and presents the world with a fiery set of shona songs inspired by .
  8. Jujas says:
    Baba Maraire Wedu Minauzi Wona Baba Maraire (no label) Shirley Ellis Ka Ta Ga Boom Beat Three Six Nine! - The Best Of Shirley Ellis Ace / 13th Floor Elevators Fire Engine The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators International Artists Happy birthday, Roky!
  9. Samumuro says:
    Feb 23,  · On his first solo record, Wona Baba Maraire, Maraire tries to continue his father's legacy with a collection of Zimbabwean music. The set is .

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