Hakuna Matata from Jorma of The Lonely Island

Hakuna Matata from Jorma of The Lonely Island

Jorma Taccone of The Lonely Island has released his first solo joint, a team-up with Nairobi rapper Kaka "Rabbit" Sungura written, recorded, and filmed in Kenya. Rabbit's verse, in his native language, seems relatively self-assured, and references TLI's "I'm On A Boat." Jorma's verse mostly deals with the awkward position of being a small white tourist in Kenya, noting that he "just happened to be there." The song ends with multiple references to going on safari and The Lion King punctuated by gunshots, suggesting Taccone may not have learned that much on his trip. Taccone went to Nairobi for Afar Magazine's Spin the Globe blog, where people randomly select destinations to visit by spinning a globe, then write about their travels. Check out the video below with Taccone's introduction.

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