#CreatePreneurAfrica JHIKOMAN, Tanzania, Sounding out PEACE, DIVINE AND UNCONDITIONAL LOVE&UNITY

Jhiko Manyika, a reggae artist from Tanzania has been actively seeding the roots,sounding out out social oppression and clouds of injustice life storms curbing the rise of our people. His vocal expressions aims to strive to a world of Peace and Love wrapped in eternal Unity.

Exploring the African continent and the International Western World , JHIKOMAN brings to the world  healing sounds in a combination of Africa  soul music, blended in acoustic reggae  in diverse tunes of English,Kiswahili and his mother tongue Nyasaksi

Born in 1972 in DaresSalaam Tanzania, Jhikoman’s creative expression in molded in his works as a sculptor, painter and a farmer. He is currently based in Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Lead singer  and vocal coach of AfriKabisa Band and is the vocal coach for AfriKabisa band records  and took on the role   of vocal advisor at TASUBA arts college in Bagamoyo.

With an ongoing stream of productions, he has toured Norway, Finland, UK and performed locally at the Zanzibar film festival and Sauti za Busara as well as the Bagamoyo International Festival

Get tuned in the sounds of emancipation with JHIKOMAN CDBaby, iTunes and Amazon.

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https://jhikoman.hearnow.com/

Meet CreatePreneurAfrica JHIKOMAN , PAINTER, SCULPTOR and  Roots Reggae Artist

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?
I stand for truth, equal rights and justice.  We need to improve the African family ……home and abroad. I will always remind humanity that there’s God and we didn’t create ourselves.
How did you find your passion and how old were you? 
At the age of eleven, when I started seeing my older brother playing the guitar,r I naturally loved it. I  promised myself that one day I will play the guitar.
What about your passion appeals to you the most?
Being able to express myself freely
What drove you to make money from your passions?
When I became a professional musician I automatically start earning.
When was the first time you were paid for your passion?
2000 when I released my first Album Afro-Caribbean beat. Mwananchi store published the Album and paid me.
What kept you going when you thought about giving up?
My mission of spreading messages of peace, love and unity, fighting for equal rights and justice. I keep going since music is the vehicle.
 What motivates you every day to be even more successful?
Good times and bad times alike… When people are praising I don’t want to let them down. When haters rise up and wrongly accuse, I always work harder to prove them wrong. CHANT DOWN BABYLON!
 What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?
They have to know I didn’t call myself…..I doing Jah work!
HalleluJAH!
What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?
Consistency.. Keep doing what you’re doing will get better and better through passage of time..Bob Marley says “ Time alone…TIME WILL TELL”