Kenya’s incredible hip bounce assemble Ukoo Flani are back following 10 years in length break
The group will make their first open return in the “Show in the Dark” on Saturday April 28 at the Louis Leakey Auditorium.
The group will hit the phase in a dull assembly room with lights out both on the crowd and the stage.
The Kilio Cha Haki hit producers as of late inked an arrangement with Christian Blind Mission (CBM) Kenya, an association that works with the debilitated.
The deal will see the group participate in CBM’s activities including a concert dubbed “Concert in the Dark 2018” aimed at raising funds for prevention of childhood blindness.
Other headlining performers for the event are Crystal Asige and gospel artist Denno.
The concert is a fundraising initiative in partnership with National Council of Persons Living with Disability, Carlson Wagonlit Kenya, OnPoint Media, Proem, and Glow Inc Kenya.
The hip-hop group were childhood friends who pioneered Kenyan hip hop that gelled Swahili and Sheng rap. They gave powerful portrayals of colonialism, post-independence betrayals, endemic corruption, police brutality, street life and poverty in the ghetto.