Kwanzaa is a week-long holiday celebrated throughout the world, honoring African heritage, marked by participants lighting a kinara (candle holder). It is observed from December 26 to January 1 each year.
This is a interactive, call and response, fun Kwanzaa song for kids and family, that would be would be terrific for an educational television program. It explains what Kwanzaa is, and where it comes from. Caroline Figiel and Danny Jones, known as "Caroline and Danny" perform the song. Mixed Vocals, Themes, Kwanzaa
Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa in 1966 as the first specifically African-American holiday. This as spread to the Caribbean and so I have composed a short peace that celebrates this holiday using the style of the Afro Americans outside USA, Instrumental, Themes, Kwanzaa
A loving, updated version of the Clement Clarke Moore classic poem! Contemporary, holiday fun! Featuring a male voice accompanied by percussive and synth flavors. Ideal for all suitable media. Spoken Word, Themes, Kwanzaa
Civil rights subject matter and documentaries! Laid back melancholic acoustic guitar, strings and shaker with lyric singing the 7 principles of Kwanzaa! Somber and serious track! Great for African-American drama in tv and film! Male Vocals, Themes, Kwanzaa
This is a quirky dub instrumental track in the style of Lee scratch perry/the upsetters & augustas pablo with 1970's jamaican reggae vibes, with a heavey bassline phasey skank guitar, piano and organ, featuring dubby Melodica Hooks. would suit a 70's based drama or documentary. Instrumental, Themes, Kwanzaa