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Sounds Like: Cross Movement, Ukoo Flani Maumau, Common, The Roots, NAS
Manager: Doo Mambo
Bio: E.D.U aka Doo Mambo, born Edwin Kaguri Kidiavai, is a conscious Hip Hopper and poet who was born and raised in Eastlands, Nairobi. He attended primary school in New Eastleigh Primary School then later joined Eastleigh High School just on the other side of the fence. After O levels, he joined Unit... See Full BioMore Info
Roots are the essence of plants and light is essential for their growth. Roots 2 Light is a movement that takes this notion into a musical perspective & presents you with a night of an artistic collage from these genres. Come witness the best in Rhyme and Poetry as Asali Msanii, Check Mate, Nemesis aka Man Njoro, Monaja, E.D.U aka Doo Mambo and other surprise guest artists take to the stage. This is an event that will be held every first Saturday of the month and is meant to educate while entertaining in a technique known as Edutainment. Entrance is Kshs 200 before 9 pm and Kshs 300 thereafter. There is a 10% discount on all the Ethiopian dishes available.
Poetic Mic is a community driven Poetry,Spoken Word and Art based Platform initiated by Carol Mwendapole and the Strathmore University Art club 'Qaliza Sanaa' scheduled for the 21st of May at the Strathmore University Auditorium. Featured poets include, Nemesis(Kevin Man-Njoro), Checkmate, El Poet, Kuni Mbichi, Claude Baus (winner 19th Slam Africa),Flow Flani, Peace, Sitawa, Edu doo mambo, Kevin Orato,Pitch5 band and many more.
Come and witness the best lyricists in the underground Nairobi scene putting it down. The delivery will blow your mind as it is done both in poetic and hip hop styles.
Come and witness the true sounds of Africa when the best in Afro Fusion, Poetry and Hip Hop take to the stage @ Daas Restaurant with the backing of a full live band. Come and lets celebrate our roots and culture in style. Performances From: E.D.U aka Doo Mambo, Christine Apondi, Asali, Sam Ondieki, Mc Sharon aka Decibel, K-47 & the Family force, Musa (Skani Flani) and other special guest artists backed by the Afrizza Band
come and get down to the sounds of Weavers band and get to watch E.D.U aka Doo Mambo doing his thing live....
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