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Bongo Flava is a nickname for Tanzanian music. The genre developed in the 1990s, mainly as a derivative of American hip hop and traditional Tanzanian styles such as taarab and dansi, with additional influences from reggae, R&B, and afrobeats, to form a unique style of music.

Lyrics are usually in Swahili or English, although increasingly from mid 2000s there has been limited use of words from Sub-Saharan African music traditions due to the influence of Afrobeats and Kwaito with their dynamics usage of West African Pidgin English, Nigerian Pidgin or other Creole language.

The name “Bongo” of Bongo Flava comes from Kiswahili usually meaning brains, intelligence, cleverness but can also mean mentally deranged.

Bongo is the augmentative form of Ubongo, Kiswahili for Brainland.[6] Flava is a Kiswahili term for Flavour. Ubongo is a term originally use, and in Tanzania still used, for the city of Dar es Salaam.

Outside Tanzania, Ubongo is often referring to Tanzania.[6] Ubongo as a term originated from a speech by President Nyerere in the late 70’s during a very difficult time following both the global fuel shocks of the 70’s and the Kagera war against Uganda.

Mwalimu Nyerere spoke that only a nation using brains (using Kiswahili Ubongo for Brainland) could, and would, overcome the difficult challenges Tanzania was facing. Unfortunately things became even worse for Tanzania, and by the early 1980s Dar es Salaam was calling itself mostly by the name Jua Kali (hot sun/world is spinning/dizzy) but also Ubongo.

The term Ubongo was being used as a clever way to say both, survival in Dar es Salaam required brains and intelligence, but was also full of mentally deranged people.

In 1981 musician Remmy Ongala founded a band called Matimila. Each band has a unique mtindo (style/fashion) and Remmy Ongala’s band Matimila named their mtindo “Bongo”. Remmy Ongala would become the most famous musician ever for Tanzania, reaching global fame working with English singer Peter Gabriel.

Bongo Flava is a large divergent evolution of muziki wa kizazi kipya, meaning “music of the new generations”, which originated in the middleclass youth of Kinondoni District of Dar es Salaam between the mid-1980s and 1990s.

Taji Liundi, also known as Master T, the original creator and producer of the Dj Show program had already started airing songs by fledgling local artists by late 1994. Radio hosts Mike Muhagama and Taji Liundi led the way in radio support of local artists.

Mike Mhagama eventually joined the popular program as an under-study to Taji Liundi and also went on to produce and present the show alone after Taji Liundi left Radio One in 1996.

“Bongo Flava” existed well before the first audio or video recordings. The youth in Dar es Salaam were rapping at beach concerts (organized by Joseph Kusaga and Ruge Mutahaba, who together own Mawingu Discotheque, Mawingu Studios and now Clouds Media Group), local concert halls and taking part in the first official rap competition called Yo! Rap Bonanza series that were promoted by Abdulhakim “DJ Kim” Magomelo under his promotion company “Kim & The Boyz”.

Some of the youth were organized with fancy names, some were solo or formed impromptu groups at the event to get a chance to perform. An icon of the open performance artists in the early 1990s was Adili or Nigga One.

The first influential dub artiste of the genre was Saleh Jabir who rapped in Kiswahili over the instrumentals of Vanilla Ice’s, “Ice Ice Baby”, he was solely responsible for making Kiswahili a viable language to rap in.

His version was so popular, it broke ranks by receiving mild airplay in the conservative National Radio Tanzania, thus making the first rap song on Tanzanian radio.

One of the earliest groups to actually record and deliver a CD to Radio One for airing was Mawingu Band, an outfit that became hugely popular in early 1994. They recorded at Mawingu Studios. Its members were Othman Njaidi, Eliudi Pemba, Columba Mwingira, Sindila Assey, Angela, Robert Chuwa, Boniface Kilosa (a.k.a. Dj Boni Love) and later Pamela who sang the famous hook of their breakthrough first RnB/Rap single “Oya Msela”.

The song was so popular and ahead of its time that the Msela label stuck. ‘Msela’ is the Swahili word for ‘ruffian’.

Bongo Flava popular artists include Vanessa Mdee (Vee Money),[15] Bill Nass, Diamond Platnumz, Harmonize, Jux, Alikiba, Jaivah, Shetta, Ben Pol, Lava Lava, Dully Sykes, Rich Mavoko, Rayvanny, Nandy. Marioo, Mavokali, Zuchu, Mwana FA,

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