We dont always have to bear it all, a conservative reserved look has alot of elegance to it and goes a long way at times.
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Somali native K’naan gets mega-star producer will.i.am to rework his Nas-featuring More Beautiful Than Silence standout “Nothing To Lose”. Will.i.am flips the beat for a laidback, guitar-driven progression coupled with blues-man samples. K’naan adds a new end verse (2:50) while Nas’ bars remain untouched — as do the original Toronto-streets visuals. Watch
My childhood was very exciting and too too interesting i must say. I grew up in the "katii" generation and was always outside the house having fun and playing games unlike many children i know today. I am a family girl and this has helped me alot especially in terms of support in my music. Many people do not know this but i discovered my musical talent much later. As a child my family was very special to me and still is to this day. I thank God for them and all the blessings he gave us and continues to give us, my father was a lover of all kinds of music especially lingala i remember one family trip to Mombasa when i was much younger, dad had his music playing non-stop throughout the journey, he gave me adequate exposure to various genres of music and it reflects in my music today. I went to Makini Primary School. i can honestly say that it helped shaped me into the person I am today. I also formed valuable friendships from my time in the school. many know that it was very strict when it came to academics and that helped me with my focus. My high school helped shape me into a woman, not only did they instill academic qualities, but they also helped with moral formation and although i did not appreciate it at the time, it helped me become wiser in my choices. It was in high school that i also discovered my talent while in the school choir.
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They say east or west home is best and we are all very passionate about the motherland, scrolling through some videos on youtube we came across a very catchy tune called Mama Africa and fell heads over heels with it. About to release an Official Single and headline her own shows in 2012 we caught up with Vikki and she gave us a basic breakdown of who she is and what makes her world tik, her passion for the less fortunate members of society, Feeding the Hungry and keeping children/teens in school, well clothed and in healthy homes stating that this is ultimately her calling beyond music.
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