Country Zanzibar Genres pop Festival Sauti za Busara 2004
The group is made up of two young female members and like many youngsters the kind of music that Cool T plays is R&B but with the touch of taarab music of Zanzibar.
The language used in their music is Swahili with a little bit of English so that both locals and foreigners understand massages sung in their music, recently Cool T released a single Kukiri which is becoming very popular in the mostly male dominated industry in the island.
Cool T have participated in various concerts in Zanzibar and they are showing fast improvement and maturity which proves how committed and hardworking these young girls are.
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