Masai People in Zanzibar Tanzania


We hope to stir the heart, inspire the imagination and bring eternal joy to the soul.

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We are a social enterprise, meaning we are in business as a force for good. Good Samaritan donations are not tax deductible and purely motivated by the welfare of others, helping to support studio equipment upgrades, new music productions, and provide education opportunities for our team.  

Jessey Jansen, Voice of Maasai Founder

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The generosity of our good Samaritan Donors are not tax deductible and purely motivated by the welfare of others. Voice of Maasai is owned by Little Lady Studio, Jessey Jansen's publishing company. Donations help support studio equipment upgrades and education opportunities for our artists.