Limited vinyl LP pressing. Chimurenga Renaissance is Baba Maraire and Hussein Kalonji. Tendai "Baba" Maraire, the architect of Chimurenga Renaissance, hails from world-renowned Zimbabwean music lineage, as his father was Abraham Dumisani Maraire. Abraham came to America where he helped initiate a flourishing Zimbabwean music scene in the Pacific Northwest. Hussein Kalonji is a first generation Congolese American born in Washington DC. His father was Raymond "Braynck" Kalonji, a world-renowned Congolese guitar legend credited with being the pioneer of the Congolese Rumba Soukouss sound. Baba Maraire and Hussein found it inevitable that they would eventually start playing music together. After seeing each other perform at various shows, they began to blend their two areas of expertise, hip-hop and African music, and they continued to record and develop the sound that would later become "Chimurenga Renaissance".
Red, Black, & Green
The B.A.D. Is So Good
Nobody Think Nomo (feat. Mall Saint)
The Race for Cush Naptha
It's Bigger Than You (feat. Palaceer Lazaro)
They Pray In Vain
We Don't Give a Brah (feat. Malitia Malimob)
Medeas Theory (feat. Thee Satisfaction)
The Taste of Her Lips
Go Go Gettem (feat. M1 & Palaceer Lazaro)
The Shackles Are Off (feat. Moon)
Everyone Don't Love You (feat. Nyoka)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.