By - Daney King Eli
A warrior chant-like chorus with a ragey electric guitar sound adding a bit of an edgy feel to the song. The song describes the level of frustration derived from getting little help and as well having little resources to keep things moving at a good pace; (so being the case of many alternative acts in this part of our world). But also coming to the realization that nobody actually owes you anything, high expectations mostly leading to disappointments and having yourself to blame if things don’t seem to be going your way. Also having a firm belief you have something great to show. Therefore one needs to seek and find the strength within, adopt better non-conforming approaches with the limited resources available and keep things moving independently regardless. So basically being warriors of our imaginations and breaking free from our limitations, all out we go. Trouble!
By - Perpetuum Jazzile
Africa by Perpetuum Jazzile was released in 2009. The song was from the album Perpetuum Jazzile Africa. The most-well known piece from the album is an acapella version of Toto’s “Africa”
By - Rami Khalife
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