TGIF! K-Letta wants you to Kata


You may remember K-Letta from almost a year ago on the blog. Well, he's back with a new track, "Kata", that pays homage to the old school song that you'll remember if you grew up in East Africa: "Kata, kata, kata mwanangu, kata. Kata, kata usiogope … ". 

In Swahili, "Kata" usually means "cut". In the context of dancing, it's about "cutting" your waist – I've been thinking about how best to properly translate what that means and "wining" comes close. Better suggestions?


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