Harrison Mungai "Harry" Kimani (born c. 1982) is a Kenyan musician and composer. Kimani grew up with music, teaching himself to play the guitar by watching an older brother perform. He attended Kirangari High School in Nairobi, where he already showed a great interest in music; he sang, composed songs, participated in music festivals and, at one time, conducted the school choir
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Undaunted, Kimani returned to the studio to work on another album while his first one waited for release. He has since recorded and released two albums, Unborn and Tiushi Mi Nawe. When the Festival Mundial officials visited Kenya in September 2002, they were impressed by Kimani's talents. He performed at the 2003 Sarakasi Festival in Nairobi and was part of a group of Kenyan artists invited to perform at the Festival Mundial in June 2003 in the Netherlands. Harry Kimani was also featured in the award winning African hip-hop documentary Hip-hop Colony
Listen to music from Harry Kimani like Haiya, confused & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Harry Kimani. He attended Kirangari High School in Nairobi, where he already showed a great interest in music; he sang, composed songs, participated in music festivals and, at one time, conducted the school choir. His first love in high school inspired him to compose a song called "African Woman," which was well-received among his friends; they urged him to record the song.
Harry Kimani was also featured in the award winning African hop-hop documentary Hip-hop Colony. In 2009, Harry released his latest album, "the Quest". Kimani's musical style has been described as "African soul and a little bit of rumba and R&B. His recent performances have included the North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, North Sea Jazz Salutes Nairobi, and Bløf's Umoja Project launch in Amsterdam.
Harry Kimani who is one of Kenya’s top afro-fusion artists has officially signed up with Mdundo. Growing up as a music lover teaching himself how to play the guitar through watching his elder brother perform, the ‘Haiya’ superstar has been missing in action for a while now but recently made a comeback into the music scene by participating in the ongoing Coke Studio Africa show