Kamali, Daren (1975)

Daren Kamali. Picture by Discogs.

Alternative last name spellings: –
Alternative first name spellings: –
Alias: DK – D. Kamali.

 

GENERAL INFO

Description: Daren Kamali is a Fijian rap singer, musician, poet, writer and teacher. He currently lives in New Zealand. In his music, he recounts his personal experiences as an emigrant and integrates traditional songs into his poetry and creative writing. Daren manages to create in his compositions a unique mix of rhythms that fit perfectly with the lyrics of his writings.
Sex: Male Occupation: Songwriter, Composer, Poet, Writer and Teacher.
Place of Birth / Death: Suva, Fiji. Country Tags: Fiji. New Zealand.
Periods: XX-XXI Century Genres: Instrumental music, vocal music, dance music, protest song.
Styles: Ethnic, Folk, Rap, Hip-hop, World Music. Relatives: –
Instruments: Voice. Group: Manukau Institute of Technology (New Zealand)

 

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