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February 23 2014

From Adventures of a Retired Armchair Traveler Sun Feb 23 2014, 07:04:38

Sat, 21:14: Contribute to @didjakmunya's @Indiegogo campaign for the new EP "K-Ke" (Thunderbolt) http://t.co/06YcsBoIZW #hiphop #drc #congo #kinshasa

Sat, 21:15: I know #crowdsourcing will give him the needed boost @didjakmunya http://t.co/06YcsBoIZW #music #hiphop #indie #congo

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February 18 2014

From Adventures of a Retired Armchair Traveler Tue Feb 18 2014, 07:04:35

Mon, 19:05: RT @didjakmunya: http://t.co/MFAm6eYIrT

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January 29 2014

From Adventures of a Retired Armchair Traveler Wed Jan 29 2014, 07:01:27

Tue, 22:10: A great opportunity to support independently produced Congolese hip hop! http://t.co/OvXogGZV5o

Tue, 23:03: RT @Modahnik: @congogirl Made in USA Fashion supports Congolese Women in Africa. Check out our #kickstarter campaign http://t.co/1h6AlpTrbG

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January 28 2014

From Adventures of a Retired Armchair Traveler Tue Jan 28 2014, 17:10:48

Friends and supporters, I haven't been around here regularly for a long time, but I want to bring you a chance to feel good about contributing to Didjak Munya's next project. He has just launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to support a four-song maxi-single called K-ke (pronounced Kah-Key) and to create the accompanying videos.

English translation forthcoming, but suffice it to say, there are some great perks to be had and nothing is more fulfilling than knowing you played a role in making an amazing project happen. If you have any questions, leave me a comment below. The songs have already been written, and using my secret access privilege, I can tell you that you will not be disappointed. The music will make you get up and get your groove on, in its Congolese-flavored, multilingual, ...

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