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I just had to post about this.

DJ Kalil has a post up today in the Kinshasa-Nairobi Express (No. 7) series that is pure gold.

Also currently on heavy rotation on my playlist – a complete sick Ukoo Fulani / Mau Mau mix tape by Amateur.

I have blogged about Ukoo Fulani / Mau Mau before: they have a style that can only be described as special. Their particular claim to fame is that the music has a social message and these two tracks go a long way towards proving that.

Anyway, MMLT, Bonus points if you can identify where the sample in this track came from.

East African rhumba circa 1970/1980Ukoo Fulani – Mau Mau – Tulikwambia

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6 Responses

  1. Kalil says:

    Ey…thanks for the press. Your taste makes you seem like a serious collector. Hit me up by mail xxxxxx ‘-at-‘ aol.com to see how you might exponentially grow your collection.

  2. Fabian says:

    Congratulations to DJ Kalil, for his excellent Music!.
    Especilmente by Highlife.


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