Cairokee @Zanzibar Club Liverpool

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Cairokee’s name expresses their intimate connection with their Egyptian roots, combining both Cairo & Karaoke to symbolize their “singing along” with Cairo. Listening to Cairokee’s music is like a journey to contemporary Egypt; their massive smash hits have triggered the sentiments of people throughout the revolution and beyond.
They snapped out of the clichés, and spoke the truth and the managed to explore a new musical territory that they successfully claimed.

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