Eric Andrade & Zeltia Montes | The Kitu Sua Project

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The Kitu Sua Project

by Eric Andrade & Zeltia Montes

The Kitu Sua Project is a world music album that is going to benefit those in need who are starving around the world. All of the profit made from this album are going to be donated to Action Against Hunger, a non-profit based out of New York City.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Intro and Africa
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2. Asia
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3. Australia
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4. Antarctica
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5. Europe
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6. South America
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7. North America
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8. Himalayas
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9. The Ocean
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10. Traffic in India
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11. A Solution
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12. Earth
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Album Notes
“The Kitu Sua Project is a reminder to the world that people can still do decent things for someone they don’t know. This music should also remind us that at any moment, a single person can do anything they want regardless of how big the task is. This album is dedicated to those who have suffered, not because of a broken bone, heart attack or disease, but because they had no choice but to suffer. Music for peace is what this album is all about; music is a healing process.”- The Kitu Sua Project


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