Ethnic music of the Swahili people of Africa. The Swahili are a people and culture found on the coast of East Africa, mainly the coastal regions and the islands of Kenya and Tanzania, and north Mozambique. There are between 300,000 and 750,000 Swahili people. The name Swahili is derived from the Arabic word Sawahil, meaning "coastal dwellers", and they speak the Swahili language. They also speak official languages of their respective countries: English in Tanzania and Kenya, Portuguese in Mozambique and Somali in Somalia. Note that only a small fraction of those who use Swahili are first language speakers and even fewer are ethnic Swahilis.
Uplifting African music with powerful native children’s chorus and rhythmic percussion. Great safari, adventure, African scenes, travel channel, documentaries. A Kenyan Rhythm based drumming tribal track. Tourism, TV Epic Action Films and Commercials, PBS African ambience, Survival Nature Warriors, Childrens Vocals, African Music, Swahili Music