But the album was never completed, says Russel Nakayo, band founder.
“We saw that the market was not good. There was a lot of piracy and even the royalty payments were not good…so we dropped the project,” he said.
Four years on, the band sees a bigger responsibility and the need to complete this album.
“Our music is more traditional than modern. It has a story to tell. So this time, we’re doing it not because of money, but because we want our ancestors’ story to live on.