Fyah Bantu

Bantu Arts Heritage respect! 


Zimbabwean born currently residing in East Anglia Uk, known by stage name {FBK} Fyah Bantu King born Tatenda Mateuro in harare 1988, moved to uk aged 17yrs old, memory from childhood filled with music dancing from rhumba, pansula, di-gong, sungura, museve, r n b, dancehall & reggae. If it wasnt dancing music bantu preffered to act or write short stories. The singing sprang up over a decade ago when he was 19yrs old two years after his relocation in uk.

The love for music grew stronger so he would travel from bedford to Leicester making music with a producer known by the name 2slik, we worked on few tracks featuring Wallimbo, Afrikan King & Rollo. This all took place between 2006 – 2009.

His first solo song is called religion recorded by 1st Base Ent produced by logan   click link to listen [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiOfJkvCM7Q[/embedyt]

At that time he used a series of names from Fayamun Tat | Fyahman | MT Bibleman | Templeton Fyah then in 2014 he became Fyah Bantu King and Bantu Arts Heritage Records | Bantu People Movement was established. We are a team of djs, dancers & singers. We believe in adding value to others, in order to add value to our lives. We are dedicated to cause a difference to our generation home & abroad through Arts & Business.

“Our philosophy is that to be human you must be humane. Ubuntuism, to have ubuntu is to be human. Also known as hunhuism kana usina hunhu hausi munhu. So we teach our culture through arts.

One day it shall be said these are the Bantu people who migrated to Europe in exile, so we preserve & propagate our heritage through music, teaching every man to take pride in their race, culture & heritage without undermining others.”

Bantu Pump TV YouTube Channel.

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You can also find music on iTunes | Spotify | Pandora | Deezer | Google Music | Amazon Music | Tidal via the name Fyah Bantu King or Bantu Arts Heritage Records .


Bantu Arts Heritage respect! 


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