In his native South Sudan, where during the years of civil war, his songs provided a source of inspiration and solace for the South Sudanese people, blind musician General Paolino enjoys an almost legendary status. 'South Sudan Street Survivors' contains mostly short acoustic songs performed by General Paolino on his acoustic guitar, occasionally accompanied by Mama Celina, a local singer. 'South Sudan Street Survivors' is certainly no party album; this is "message music" talking about the daily reality of South Sudanese life with titles like 'Mafi Julum' ("no segregation") or 'Anna Masedek' ("I don't believe freedom has come") leaving little to the imagination. Raw unfiltered South Sudanese blues album.