He is the rhythm master, MC, Hip-Hop drummer, Beatboxer, Song writers, Producer and Street Leader from Watenwga crew.
Dwee is a Hip-Hop activist representing the African culture through his music. He has already been performing in different countries such as Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and France where he has been invited with the project East Africa Rise Up. He is now coming up with his longtime prepared solo album “Umoja wa Kidunia” [Universal Unity]. The album has been produced in France (recorded, mixed and mastered). Dwee’s lyrics are 100% inspiring Swahili words.
Final step of Rotka’s trip to East Africa, this song is featuring Emma Maasaï on the chorus. They met with Dwee and GP Rowdix in UAACC (United African Alliance Community Center), a center founded by the previous Black Panthers Pete and Charlotte O’Neil. They provide free classes for the youth and there is also have a studio (Peace Power Production) where they recorded this unique collaboration.
The Babtou The Roots odyssey continu as Rotka reaches Mombasa (Kenya) along side with Tanzanian artists JCB (Watengwa) and Ellisha James. They are welcomed by the MC Hustlajay and the beatmaker Sango. All together they meet and connect with the traditional music band Zigidigi Cultural Troupe from the Digo tribe. This unique connection resulted in a Hip-Hop song fusion with traditional music.
East Africa Rise Up releases the music video ” Free Your Mind “. It’s the 2nd single in a series of 4 recorded during the musical journey to East Africa for the French MC Rotka. After the single “Karibu” made in Nairobi (Kenya) during the first stage of his trip, Rotka reaches Arusha in Tanzania. He decides to stop in “A-Town”, a city internationally known for it’s Hip-Hop scene. When he meets Domokaya and Sight More, things are automatically at a Hip-Hop state of mind. They decide to find Daz Naledge to record a song which speaks to people both in France and in Tanzania. Rokta’s “Return to learn” experience then makes sense as his Hipopic “Babtou The Roots” continues !
East Africa Rise Upreleases the music video “Karibu”(which means welcome in Swahili) . During the trip of Rotka (France) to Est Africa in 2018, this is the 1st single in a series of 4 recorded. On arrival day to Nairobi (Kenya), he meets the MC’s Moroko Kalahari and Blak Odhiambo whom he musically vibes so well with, that a recording session is scheduled for the next day with Shaky Mandugu Digital. The same night he writes the lyrics and next day the video-shoot takes place at the largest slum in East Africa, Kibera.