“Kumbaya” is a word from the Gullah language which could alternatively be “Kum Ba Yah” or in English, “Come By Here”; it is a spiritual song from the 1930s which became a standard camp-fire song in Scouting and Summer camps, enjoying broader popularity during the folk revival of the 1960s.
Come the year 2013, Frankie Free re-invents the “Kumbaya” track as we anticipate the release of his “Diary Of A Hustler” mix-tape which is scheduled for release in less than a week from now.
Produced by DJ Toxiq-A, the celebration song which in his words mean “no worries, let’s celebrate” was inspired by the recent love shown to him by the media and fans alike in the acceptance of his music. The South-South producer/artiste is set to release his 17-track mix-tape [view track-list below] which promises to be filled with eargasms all the way.
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Frankie Free - Kumbaya (3.9 MiB, 386 hits)