Kenyan Singer &Song writter Stanley Komoras has debuted his latest Swahili patriotic song tittled ' Amani ' which translates to Peace aimed at preaching peace & coheshion ahead of the upcoming general elections in 2022.
Stanley Komoras who hails from Tana River Country exposure to music started with him singing in Sunday school aftwards he was promoted to be the choirmaster in the christian union in Highschool . Since then his passion for music has blossomed as he has been able to perform in both local and international hospitality events.
Stanley's music style comprises vintage Soul music infused with new contemporary music, his latest song 'Amani "follows the tourism enterprenuer who is also a father of two as he preaches peace , emphasizing on it's importance and why we should always hold peace in high regard during and after elections as no person is greater than Kenya .
The song is his latest addition to his 20 plus budding song collection which includes spiritual , educative and message themed songs with the recent ones being Jambo Jambo Kenya & Corona Hunaishinda , which is performed in the historical pokomo language where Kenya's national anthem was derived from .
Amani music video is set on the scenic beaches of the Indian Ocean premiered on Stanley Komoras YouTube channel which you can watch here.
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