Hakuna Matata Meaning in English – No problem ( Nothing to worry about)
Hakuna Matata is a Swahili language phrase from East Africa, It brings meaning “No Trouble” or “No Worries” and “Take it Easy”.
Hakuna Matata in Depth
Hakuna Matata is really an expression in the East African language of Swahili that in a real sense signifies “no difficulty” or “no issues”.
The music for the tune was created by Elton John with words written by lyricist Tim Rice, who found the now-popular term in a Swahili phrasebook. It’s sung in the film by Timon and Pumbaa, the meerkat and warthog pair, and a youthful Simba.
What’s more, since it’s 100 percent deserving of a major singalong at each accessible event, here’s the tune in full. The pleasure is all mine.