Thursdays book By Biko Zulu
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It starts with a girl. Girls actually. It’s only fair that it starts with a girl, no?
On the drum is a guy who writes code
The lead singer is gifted songstress redefining what society wants her to be.
The bass guitarist and vocalist hides himself under an electric personality. The moody fellow at the songwriter and a pianist, born to privilege but with the darkness that cant fit in a travelling bag.
The band is struggling.
Every Thursday they play in the streets of Nairobi, outside a building that houses a recording label they will sign them, give them their big break. At night, they play in a shady bar overlooking a junkyard with dismembered vehicles.
They are hungry to make it.
But does the universe share their hunger?
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