Sunburst were a short-lived but admired Afro-rock music group who formed in Dar Sera Salaam, Tanzania in 1970. The group’s users were all created in various countries, and their music combined many African musical customs with Traditional western funk and rock and roll affects. Their positive, empowering lyrics urged fighting for independence, black satisfaction, unity, and joy. Sunburst were created by Zairean guitarist Hembi Flory Kongo, along with drummer Johnny “Stones” Fernandes, bassist Bashir Idi Farhan, and body organ participant/vocalis Kassim Magati. Zambian vocalist Wayne Mpungo quickly became the group’s business lead singer, plus they started playing addresses of James Dark brown and Santana, steadily developing their personal style that they known as “Kitoto Audio.” Their target audience expanded if they performed a live program on Radio Tanzania in 1973. They consequently won the name of Best Music group inside a competition in Dar Sera Salaam, plus they documented singles for the Kenyan label Moto Moto. Over time of touring and lineup adjustments, they documented their only full-length, Ave Africa, in Lusaka, Zambia in 1976. Several singles on Tanzanian label TFC adopted, however the group was hardly making hardly any money, and break up immediately after. In 2016, Strut released most of Sunburst’s documented result as Ave Africa: THE ENTIRE Recordings 1973-1976.