Safri Duo is a Danish percussion duo. It is composed by Uffe Savery and Morten Friis. They began working on classical music, in 1999, although they had already recorded some CDs. But after being signed by a label executive who discovered them, a track mixing both tribal and modern electronica was set to be released in 2000. The result was the popular "Played-A-Live" that became one of the most popular songs in Europe that year.
In 2003, they brought out an album called Safri Duo 3.0. Clark Anderson, a new member of the group, sang some tracks, such as Agogo Mosse or All the people in the world, which was one of their greatest hits.
I like this song because of the sense of its lyrics and because it has a catchy tune. I love singing it while I'm having a shower!