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Jilinde Ulinde na Ulindwe
A special Welcome to JUU AFRIKAN FESTIVALS in Morogoro, Tanzania taking place on the 22nd and 23rd September 2017.
The themes of the festival are to revive, preserve, and revamp legendary authentic tribal tunes and music from sources of original African roots. The method is fusion and new compositions integrating contemporary sound creations with an influx of authentic rhymes and beats, celebrating the African heritage of true music.
We aim to re-filter propaganda injecting notions of cultural roots being the spread of endemics like HIV. It is about reinforcing knowledge of awakening misconceptions through commercial endeavours, reclaiming pride in our African culture.
Ruguru Tribal Music Morogoro is about reinstalling into a moral sense of ‘Ikwiko” – messaging morals (correcting bad behaviour) through song into contemporary lives of modernity that has faded away core inherited values in modern trends of toxicity.
All about Ruguru culture through art and faith
- They protect the forests, they rescue the forests. They worship the forest and ask for the blessing of rain. God lives in Nature.
- The Ruguru culture protects and savours the environment after other worshipping faiths lost direction and shed down forests for material gains.
- JUU AFRIKAN FESTIVAL embodies themes on lifestyle health, education, environment, morals, equal rights and justice.