#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”

#CreatePreneurAfrica South Sudan’s , COOLKID GEORGINHO – THE SUPER SWAGGER!

 

COOLKID Georginho, he is living proof that no obstacle can hamper a calling to SUPER SWAGGER on and on... despite the tumbles life throws at you. Born in 1999 in Panrieng, in the Ruweng state of South Sudan, he crossed turmoil in his homeland, South Sudan, one of the largest refugee populations in the world with its ongoing conflict between government and opposition forces.

He  moved with family to Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. He embarked on the ultimate road to mental emancipation through the music rhythms from primary school. His key mentor none other than the trailblazer @KIKIJIKO from linked life backgrounds.

#CreatepreneurAfrica from South Sudan to Kenya, KIKIJI , Bringing Hope in Adversities through Healing Tunes of Music

 

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He soon formed a group called SUPER SWAGGERS, The 14-year-old head of the group Super Swagger underwent relentless challenges

He recorded his first song that became an instant hit in Kakuma and in his homeland of Panrieng.

He then entered a competition for refugees and his rate kept improving. This branched off into more recordings > all eagerly await his music and kept hitiing the top 5 of KAMUMA’s got talent until he reached no1!

Current Shows:

  • Nairobi                        8 December  2018
  • Kakumas got talent   7  December 2018.
  • DRC                              15 December 2018.
  •  JUBA Kiki.G Great East African Tour with @kikiji Kampala, Tanzania, and Nairobi

Meet  #CreatepreneurAfrica South Sudan, rise above all   COOLKID GEORGINO,

 

Tell us what drives you? What is your true passion in life?

What drives me is… that I have a great dream of being a big superstar ……my passions is music and business….my life purpose, to rise and keep rising, to be that role model to uplift myself and all around me!

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How did you find your passion and how old were you?

Let me say when I turned 13 years old. That was in 2013. I dreamt about it. Let’s say it was a soul vision! Nothing was going to turn me back.I knew I wanted to be a musician!

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What about your passion appeals to you the most?

Money and fame. This is the key to the ultimate life-changing scenario. In all fact.

What drove you to make money from your passions?

My hard work. If you can dream it, then do it. That is my motto.If I can survive from what I love doing why not!

When was the first time you were paid for your passion?

Around 2016, then again and again on some performances

 What kept you going when you thought about giving up?

My dream. Reaching my goal.  Money and fame. My success so far keeps me from giving up. And my fans. They give me the courage

 What motivates you every day to be even more successful?

I keep making records each time I get some money. My fans are increasing. I feel happy about that and work harder. I have fans in Juba, Kampala, Nairobi, and Kakuma…Two years ago I was just local. Now people are waiting for my new songs!

 

What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?

All that doubted me… I am rising now, And yes, doubt me, but advise me too. I will appreciate lessons to correct where I might be going wrong.

 

 What advice do you give to aspiring creative is who look up to you?

Nothing could or should stop you from becoming who you want to be. Do not find limits. Rise above them. I know I did! YOU CAN TOO!