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Country Tanzania Genres bongo flava pop Festival Sauti za Busara 2008 Recordings
Kazi Yake Mola (2005), Yote Maisha (2007)
Hamadi A. Seneda, aka Madee, was born in 1980 in Dar es Salaam. He studied in the town of Tanga, in the coastal region of Tanzania. His first song Kazi Yake Mola (God's Work Has No Mistakes) was an instant smash and resulted in him receiving invitations to perform all over Tanzania and neighbouring countries including Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi.
Madee released his first album Kazi Yake Mola several years ago, and also featured on collaborations with other popular artists including MB Dogg, in the hit songs Latifa and Inamaana. His first album sold in quantity and he built a strong fan base, especially along the coast of East Africa, with young men and women alike.
In 2007 Madee released his second album Yote Maisha, featuring Tanzania's legendary Swahili hiphop producer P Funk. The album is currently selling well.
Madee says he is greatly inspired by Africa's elder statesmen, in particular Nelson Mandela, Julius Nyerere and Joachim Chissano. He says he too would like one day to be a famous politician, working for the development of Tanzania and the Continent of Africa as a whole.
Madee, we welcome you to Sauti za Busara – for the next fifteen minutes, the stage is yours.