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Interview with musician Danny K


25 YEAR OLD HIP HOP ARTIST KWANY DAN KWANY WAS BORN IN SOUTH SUDAN’S JONGLEI STATE BUT ONLY LIVED THERE FOR 9 MONTHS BEFORE THE WAR FORCED HIM TO FLEE WITH HIS MOTHER INTO EXILE IN KENYA. IT WAS A MOVE THAT SEPERATED HIM FROM HIS FATHER FOR MORE THAN TWO DECADES. DANNY K AS HE IS BETTER KNOWN HERE IN JUBA, WORKS AS A RADIO PRESENTER AT VOICE OF THE PEOPLE WHILE ATTENDING SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY WHERE HE IS PURSUING A DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A PRESENCE ON THE MUSIC SCENE FOR SEVERAL YEARS, HIS SONGS FOCUS ON THE NEED FOR PEACE. HE WILL LAUNCH HIS THIRD ALBUM, “MILLION REASONS” IN DECEMBER OF THIS YEAR. DANNY K SAT DOWN WITH VOA’S MUGUME DAVIS RWAKARINGI IN JUBA AND TELLS HIM THAT AMONG HIS INSPIRATIONS IS U-S HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST, THE LATE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

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