Daddy Phil – African Roots Ft. Vinchenzo (Official Music Video)



The “African Roots” song and video is a reminder of our African Roots, its a reminder and journey back to the true motherland. Africa is not only called the Cradle of Humankind because all human life originated there, but its also a home and continent of 54 countries that are diverse culturally and geographically. However, almost all of the African cultural values are derivative of the African communitarianism despite different countries.

The “African Roots” song and video brings out the cultural values and practices that include the sense of hospitality, good relations, sacred and religion, sanctity of life, respect for elders and authority, morality, language, and proverbs.

Listen to the new single “African Roots” on BoomPlay- https://www.boomplay.com/share/music/111302764
Available on all platforms: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/daddyphil/african-roots-feat-vinchenzo

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Produced by: MBeats Entertainment
Mixed & Mastered by: DJ Mzenga Man
Executive Producer: Daddy Phil
Video Director & Producer: Chichi Ice (TipTronic Media Arts)
On Set Script Director 1: Mohameth Faye
Sound Playback Op: Frank Oppong
Cameraman 1: Ethan ZhongGuo
Stylist: Luis Allado
Stylist Assistant: Jack Diop
African Attire Stylist: Vincent Daka

Special Thanks:
Daddy Music Record Label Team

Lyrics:

Yele mama
Kwanu ni kwanu
Yelele mama yelele
Chenzo
Yele mama
Osaiwala

Eh ye kodi zili bwino
Kumangalande kwe munapita eh he
Kodi muma bauza
Ma kalidwe amu africa eh
Musamanena mukacita bwino
Simusabwelako eh eh
Galu wamukota
Sakandila pachabe chabe
No noo veta
Akulu akulu
Ndimutambo motimila moto
Oh ho

Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene roots
Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene

Home is home like a swam of bees
Young black kid never paid the fees
I heard more birds than city noise
I made more prayers than baby toys

I came from the days when we had nothing
Why my father gone wen i got something

I shot to the top like a little bamboo
Forgetting where am coming from that’s a taboo
Am stuck with the family like a tattoo

I came from the east where the sun is born
Am deep in the culture call me unicorn
I preach black history that’s my weapon

Eh kodi zili bwino
Kumangalande kwe munapita eh he
Kodi muma bauza
Ma kalidwe amu africa eh
Musamanena mukacita bwino
Simusabwelako eh eh
Galu wamukota
Sakandila pachabe chabe
No noo veta
Akulu akulu
Ndimutambo motimila moto
Oh ho

Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene roots
Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene

Good vibes pouring like a waterfall
Black kid aiming like a baseball
Built more people than concrete wall

Black queen your word is gravity
Embrace the melanin we know the insecurity
Walk strong your beauty is forever infinity
Never forget your roots the respect the purity
Embrace the love but never face the hate

Black king we need to have a conversation
Money and women is a big temptation
Break from the deeds of this generation
Seek from the Gods in every situation

Fighting for the treasures you can never posses
You making sacrifices like you modern Moses
Alot of good deeds they can never confess
Put your money in crypto currency
They can never guess

Eh yeah
kodi zili bwino
Kumangalande kwe munapita eh he
Kodi muma bauza
Ma kalidwe amu africa eh
Musamanena mukacita bwino
Simusabwelako eh eh
Galu wamukota
Sakandila pachabe chabe
No noo veta
Akulu akulu
Ndimutambo motimila moto
Oh ho

Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene roots
Eh roots roots roots
Inde weh
Kwanu ni kwanu amwene

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