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East African Musicians Breaks Guinness World Record For The Longest Song Ever


At the ONGEA Music Summit in Nairobi in February this year, Mdundo, the ONGEA! team, PHAT! Intellectual Property, Artville studios and 242 East African musicians took it upon themselves to make an attempt in breaking the Guinness World record record for the longest officially released song.

The record to beat was 3:01:50. According to Guinness World Records, the longest officially released song is ‘In the Garden’ sung by US choir PC III. It was released through digital platforms iTunes, Amazon.com, Spotify and Google Play on 16 August 2015.

Artville Studios set up a makeshift studio on location at the ONGEA Music Summit, and a great turnout of 151 musicians managed to get their time in studio. South Africa, Zambia, Nigeria, and South Sudan, just to mention a few are some of the countries that had artists show interest in the project but logistics could not allow them to be present for the recording.

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The song has been titled ‘One People’ and drew upcoming artists, aspiring musicians who have never been in studio and established artists like Kenya’s H_Art the Band, Winyo, Nina Ogot, Phy Ng’etich and Chris Adwar. Munyakazi Deo and Angel Mutoni from Rwanda, Jeff Mduma from Tanzania, Macase Band from Cameroon and Lambson from Tanzania also participated.

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