Any idea what the Swahili word “peponi” means?
It means paradise.
After viewing the beautiful vistas and hearing the incredible sound of a native singer of the Swahili language, you may agree the word rings true for The Piano Guys‘ rendition of Coldplay’s “Paradise,” Peponi edition.
We at EWC think The Piano Guys are just incredible, and we have featured them a few other times too! Here’s our article about the cello song that they did! But for now, take a deep breath, get quiet, and enjoy this…
Lovely. Music is an escape we can all indulge in. In every country, every culture, and every person, there is a melody playing that we can all understand. No words are even needed.
Music gives us an incredible form of connection that transcends language. A beautiful piece finds a way to help us tap into our shared humanity. Will musical tastes differ? Yes, but music that moves us still speaks to something deeper in us all.
Here’s another article of ours featuring The Piano Guys!
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- “Coldplay – Paradise (Peponi) African Style (ft. Guest Artist, Alex Boye) – ThePianoGuys.” YouTube. The Piano Guys, 9 Jan. 2012. Web. 27 Feb. 2016. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgovv8jWETM>. ↩