East African Pop Music is a captivating exploration into the lives, music, and enduring impact of one of East Africa’s most influential musical collectives, from where they began in the lively music scene of Tanzania’s Tanga region. The history started within the suburb of Hale Mwakinyumbi. This particular neighborhood and the region in general has produced many prominent musicians in Tanzania, with different capabilities and indeed this is highly commendable. The said musicians are popular in Tanzania and the whole of East Africa and even beyond.
These musicians were like Wilson Peter Kisaka [Kinyonga] and his younger companions George Peter Kisaka and William Peter Kisaka, Prof.Omari Shabani, Issa Juma Singano, John Ngereza and many more. These Swahili Rhumba legends have left a rich historical heritage in East African dance music and the whole World. Unfortunately, until their deaths, many people never got a chance to interact with them in person but they did so through their music. This book seeks to explain their lives since their childhood, all the way from the 1960s until their deaths. William Peter is still alive and at this moment lives in Nairobi Kenya.