HE IS SAMBA AND KIGOOCO, CAUSE HE IS THE MUSIC: IGUASSU A C (OUR NDUATI)

HE IS SAMBA AND KIGOOCO, CAUSE HE IS THE MUSIC: IGUASSU A C (OUR NDUATI)

January 24, 2019 49 By Ian Elroy Ogonji

Iguassu AC also known as Nduati is a South American singer, composer, actor, art director, model, dancer, lawyer (expert in international public law), preacher and a sportsman who has taken Kenyans with his spellbinding waves. Balancing all those titles on his bonce, he creates a sphere of interest to any soul that rubs shoulders with his output.

Originally from Venezuela, he landed in Kenya in 2010 with a key motive to explore his music passion, a passion that he discovered at a very tender age, circa 7 years. He has won awards in Youth National Artistic-cultural awards, Diverse Music festivals to mention but a few.

He has drawn the waves to his side with versatility and authenticity. He does his songs in different languages, a niche that can only be described as extraordinary, if not unique. He has done songs in English, French, Spanish, kenyan vernaculars, Portuguese etc.

He asserts that his songs comes in triplets; in English, French and Spanish. This is intended to capture the interest of an all round audience globally.

His 1st album “Sailing around the white desert” has 8 songs which have a versatile taste of topics such as protection of the environment, celebration of multicultural diversity, God as the center of life, homage to mothers etc.

In his popular album, “Golden Kenya” he is seen creating the bond of unity by singing in different Kenyan vernaculars such as Kikuyu, Luo, luhya, kalenjin etc. Ee Muoyo Jesu, Niwara Nono and Kemout Ne Tilil are among the famous songs from that album that have gotten their trails to international ears, receiving good reception and feedback from fans in continents such as Asia, Europe and America.

Iguassu is also a long distance runner of 42km. He asserts that sports means more than a world to him. He however suffered an accident after winning a marathon medal which led to a fracture in his pelvic area. Doctors told him he couldn’t walk for four years but it turned out as an enormous shock when he got back to his normal striding after four months. It was from there when he dropped the album “Golden Kenya.”

He has a compassionate portion in him which drives him to pay visits to orphanages to cheer children up with his heart soothing songs. He has had visits in different parts of Kenya both to spread the Word and also to comfort the children and the elders.


ON THE 30TH OF MARCH 2019 JOIN IGUASSU A C IN SUPPORTING THE CHILDREN IN KARATINA, NYERI.


He has alot in store for his fans. As per now he is on a project branded, “Dance for a degree” which is intended to raise funds in his concerts to help youths pay university fees. Basically, the youths will be trained to dance at his concerts then the money raised in the concerts will be proceeded to pay their university fees. This is a project which will really have a positive impact to youths and make the future a paradise full of love, peace and unity.


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