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It Began In Africa Volume 2

  • Artists Kolombo, Ante Perry, Gorge, Sarp Yilmaz, Juliet Sikora, Turntablerocker, Oliver Klein, Tube & Berger, Wollion, Harada, Daniel Steinberg, Neuroxyde, Aki Bergen, Pirupa, Pigi, Skai, MSMS, Heartik, Delicious, &ME, Dapayk, Lutzenkirchen, Doomwork, Krizz Luco, La Rez, Mick Zakon, Rauschhaus, Nicolas Stefan, Andhim, Ismael Rivas, Chris Lattner, Larse, Basti Grub
  • Release Date 2010-12-10
  • Labels Kittball
  • Catalog KITT023
  • Description "KITT0023-6 IT BEGAN IN AFRICA VOL.2 After the huge success of last years release “It Began In Africa Vol.1” and the hit single “Bolingo Gringo” (Beatport Top 10 for 7 weeks), Juliet Sikora and Tube & Berger decided to produce the It Began in Africa Vol.2. A lot of hard work has been put into making the latest volume of the compilation. In cooperation with The African Children‘s Choir™, 26 artists, Turntablerocker, Lützenkirchen, Dapayk, Delicious, Chris Lattner, Pirupa & Pigi, Aki Bergen aka Neuroxyde, Doomwork, Daniel Steinberg, Oliver Klein, Tube & Berger, Juliet Sikora, Gorge, Ante Perry & Kolombo, Larse, &ME, Basti Grub, Sarp Yilmaz, Nicolas Stefan, Wollion & Harada, Ismael Rivas, MSMS & SKAI, Heartik; Andhim, Krizz Luco, Rauschhaus, La Rez & Mick Zagon andNicolas Stefan made their own interpretations of the original songs for the “IT BEGAN IN AFRICA VOL.2” charity compilation. All profits made from the sale of this compilation will be donated to the choir and their further projects; i.e. building schemes, the founding of nurseries, and schools to help children get away from a life on the streets. “With this project we sincerely hope to be able to support the children of Africa and empower them so that one day they will be able to help themselves”.

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