"Freedom" is from Dr. Kwame Nkrumah's speech for Independence from the United Kingdom declared on 6th of March 1957. It is a tribute to Kwame Nkrumah the first President of Ghana and the first Prime Minister of Ghana. I am grateful that I discovered this song today on the actual anniversary of Ghana's freedom -- March 6, 1957
"I am an African, not because I was born in Africa, but because Africa is born in me." --
Mimmo Falcone moved from Naples, south Italy to the south of the world, Ghana, Africa. He has blended two heritages of the universal language of music. Mimmo Falcone is a dj and a producer, a creative spirit and a musician since his early teenage years. In 2003, he moved to the west side of Central Africa, in Ghana, as managing director of a food processing company. On the coasts of the Gulf of Guinea, he played and produced his deep house, mixing it with the heritage of the local and more traditional sounds and giving birth to a new project: MoBlack. In Twi, the major language spoken in Ghana, Mo means “good Job” as it stands for “moda,” the Italian word for fashion and as Mo, the initial of his last name. MoBlack wants to celebrate and promote the beauty of Africa through music, art and fashion. Since his arrival in Africa, Mimmo Falcone has played and shared his faith in sound with local artists.
The debut track with the signature of MoBlack is “We Run The Music,” released in October 2012 by Jambalay, an Italian digital label.
In February 2013, the track "Meka" is a co-work between thee Italian and King Ayisoba, one of the most popular singers and musicians in Ghana. The track gained international success. Meka is the seed of the Solid Afro: raw, deep, dirty but pure African.
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This is #RealMUSIC -- seriously fantastic #SouthAfricanHouseMusic !!