Jhikoman | Tupendane

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Tupendane

by Jhikoman

Uplifting beats combined with positive words. Peter tosh,Bob Marley to the Burning Spear in one package. Songs are composed in African-reggae styles.Tupendane Album is in Kiswahili the language widely spoken in East and central Africa.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Kuagana
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2. Tupendane
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3. Nyumba
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4. Mkushi
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5. Nenda
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6. Mapenzi
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7. Uongo
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8. Sayuni
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9. Mkushi Dub
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jhikoman is a well-known Tanzanian reggae artist. His unique singing style and lyrics have been touching people since 1994.

He’s produced several albums and has performed widely in Europe and Africa. In his upcoming album Tupendane, Jhikoman keeps exploring, combining roots reggae with acoustic African sounds.

The album was realised in collaboration with known Finnish artists at StudioRed Helsinki , using music as a tool for unification.

The journey continues for Jhikoman to compose songs in a style without boundaries, a product of continued spiritual searchings and musical experimentation. Using his own mother tongue Kiswahili! In his past recordings though Jhikoman mixes Kiswahili,English and his Native language Kinyasa.

Jhikoman's music must be heard, preferably live, to be fully appreciated. Uplifting beats combined with positive words visibly move his audiences. Songs are composed in African and reggae styles.

For Jhikoman, music presents an opportunity to raise awareness about social oppression and injustice. It also provides a medium for communicating messages of peace, love and unity. Jhikoman's songs bring real societal issues to the fore.


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Fellician

Conscious and confident!
There's a big danger in reggae music you sound like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh or something....JHIKOMAN found his own Sound!
Even without understanding Kiswahili you can easily catch the positive vibes!