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Mwana FA Feat G Nako – Mfalme (*GetMziki Mixtape Fridays)

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On this week mixtape Friday we go to Tanzania and feature Mwana FA’s new single “Mfalme.
This record was officially released a few days and was coproduced by Nahreel and Marco Chali of MJ Records.

Both Mwana Fa and Nako G show their lyrical strengths in this record. This song goes hard……..

As one commentor would say

bonge la ngoma bonge la chorus lyrics zimeshiba

Listen to the audio below:

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Mwana FA feat Linah – Yalaitu (GetMziki Exclusive ***)

Something new from Mwana FA from Tanzania, we got a massive shipment of Bongo Flava over the last two weeks hopefully we can begin to post all this week. But this one just got off the press last week and it seems like it will be a BANGER. Again these are quick hits so we wont bore you with all the commentary this week.

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AY Feat Mwana FA and Hard Mad- Dakika Moja

We featured the banger “Usije Mjini” with AY and Mwana FA a few months ago and we have been blessed with this new track “Dakika Moja” from the duo.

One thing I like about AY and Mwana FA is that they “merge” perfectly on thier collabos, creating tracks that really bring out the best in them. Collabos are great in that they widen everyones fan base and they also bring out that creativity in the artists involved. Some artists on collabos just “weaken” the track, but the Bongo duo of AY and MwanaFA have found a formula that are making them create great hits!!!. On this track they also enlist Hard Mad to tell thier story. All I I can say is can we get an EP from the duo.

On “Dakika Moja” which was produced by B’Hitz Production which is owned by Hermy B, the trio are requesting to only have one minute, to let everyone out there know what they have to say. Enjoy!!!!

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Brand New: Mwana FA feat Magwair – We Good


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Mandugu Digital (Abrose) has totally taken over the Tanzanian music scene… Almost every hit coming from Tanzania sounds like “the BOUNCE”. personally I like the fact that Amby has created his own signature style that seems to work and seems to be making artists careers even tighter.

Attached is an interesting track from Mwana FA featuring Mangwair (mr. she got it gwan). Magwair is probably one of the most versatile and sickest MC’s to date in Tanzania (my personal opinion). I mean there are people like Professor Jay and A.Y and others – but to me I think Mangwair has an interesting flow. On this track am not sure who is carrying who – or who murdered who?

Either way enjoy the joint here…

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Mwana Falsafa feat Chameleon – Bounce

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Mwana FA, or Mwana Falsafa also known as Khamisi Mohammed or Binam – is one of those Tanzanian artists that has a long life cycle. He is a short, light skinned little reserved dude that commands presences whenever he is around people. Ive had the pleasure to hang around him a couple of times, which for most part he just kept me engaged with some intellectual thought provoking speech and conversations. He definitely is not your average local Tanzanian artists.

He is part of the East Coast Camp and together with Jose Chameleon from Uganda they managed to put together this compelling track produced by Mandugu Digital – the King and inventor of BOUNCE. A lot of people though bounce wouldn’t cross the regions nor penetrate the market after BAMBOO first commercialized the beat with Mandugu (also known as Ambrose). But Ambrose has managed to shut down critics that he is here to stay and he is willing to make beats across the region that will resonate with whichever culture and community.

This is one of the few attempts that brings together a Ugandan artist, a Tanzanian artists and a Kenyan production team… Brilliant!!!

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