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Gangwe Mobb

Gangwe Mobb

Gangwe Mobb


Gangwe Mobb is a Tanzanian hip hop group. They come from poor Temeke neighborhood in Dar es Salaam. It is comprised of two members: Inspector Haroun (real name Haroun Kahena) and Luteni Kalama (Karama Bakari). The group was established in late 90's soon after Kwanza Unit, Mr. II and others had popularized swahili hip hop music in Tanzania. Their first hit was "Mauzauza". Their debut album, "Simulizi La Ufasaha" contained national hits "Ngangali" and "Mtoto wa Geti Kali". Read more on Last.fm
Gangwe Mobb is a Tanzanian hip hop group. They come from poor Temeke neighborhood in Dar es Salaam. It is comprised of two members: Inspector Haroun (real name Haroun Kahena) and Luteni Kalama (Karama Bakari). The group was established in late 90's soon after Kwanza Unit, Mr.

II and others had popularized swahili hip hop music in Tanzania. Their first hit was "Mauzauza". Their debut album, "Simulizi La Ufasaha" contained national hits "Ngangali" and "Mtoto wa Geti Kali". Their second album "Nje Ndani", released in 2002 had their arguably most popular hit, "Asali wa Moyo". They also collaborated with Kenyan group Necessary Noize with song "Tunajirusha". Gangwe Mobb have described their music as cartoon rap (rap katuni in Swahili).

It tells about situations what lower class urban youth encounter in their everyday lives. The group has a song named "Rap Katuni" on their "Nje Ndani" album. The group has been dormant since 2004 and may be disbanded altogether. Inspekta Haroun has since done solo career, while Luteni Kalama has kept lower profile but has been with Wanaume Family led by Juma Nature. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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