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Ayah Ye! Moving Train by K G Omulo

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Ayah Ye! Moving Train

K G Omulo

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Album

Ayah Ye! Moving Train

K G Omulo

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Label: KG Omulo
K.G. Omulo seems to have recorded this album at a mythical crossroads where Afrobeat, reggae, New Orleans funk, jam rock and possibly hip-hop (at least of the dubby variety) meet. Singing in English and some Swahili over ringing guitars, brazen horns and scattershot snares, the Kenyan-born singer builds a rollicking party train of an album that manages to corral the energy (not to mention the politicized fire) of those touchstones without blurring them into some kind of stanky, soupy mess. Tighter editing here and there wouldn't be a bad thing, but for the most part, it's a fun ride.

About This Album

K.G. Omulo seems to have recorded this album at a mythical crossroads where Afrobeat, reggae, New Orleans funk, jam rock and possibly hip-hop (at least of the dubby variety) meet. Singing in English and some Swahili over ringing guitars, brazen horns and scattershot snares, the Kenyan-born singer builds a rollicking party train of an album that manages to corral the energy (not to mention the politicized fire) of those touchstones without blurring them into some kind of stanky, soupy mess. Tighter editing here and there wouldn't be a bad thing, but for the most part, it's a fun ride.

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About This Album

K.G. Omulo seems to have recorded this album at a mythical crossroads where Afrobeat, reggae, New Orleans funk, jam rock and possibly hip-hop (at least of the dubby variety) meet. Singing in English and some Swahili over ringing guitars, brazen horns and scattershot snares, the Kenyan-born singer builds a rollicking party train of an album that manages to corral the energy (not to mention the politicized fire) of those touchstones without blurring them into some kind of stanky, soupy mess. Tighter editing here and there wouldn't be a bad thing, but for the most part, it's a fun ride.

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