Staying fresh to death has been on the agenda of many Kenyans lately. I love the enthusiasm of the Kenyan youth when it comes to fashion. Be it on the video shoots, the streets of Nairobi, or even in the riots,
It is a well known fact that Kenya has an extremely poor record of hosting reggae events. Rowdyness, drug abuse and theivery are commonplace at these gatherings, and that is why, despite my love for Tarrus Riley, I have not yet made a point of ensuring that I attend his concert in Kenya, which Dennis Oliech's Fishbone Entertainment is organising.
However, I'm an open minded chap, and here's what it would take for me to have a change of heart on my decision:
This has been the talk on the music scene for quite some time now, some calling it a stupid beef and a waste of time, while some actually loving it.
I know for sure that Camp Mulla have
According to our sources, Mamba Disco is set for a full revamp from the trendy nightlife joint it is now, to a Christian establishment. This is a surprising turnaround, given Mamba Disco's controversial history, including the Fally Ipupa fiasco last year where he failed to turn up, and a rough stampede occured as a result!
Qween of acoustic, jazz and roots, Qween Mashie, will be performing live at Club Choices on Thursday night.
The 'ulikuwa wapi' singer will be performing from 8PM to 11PM. Don't miss out!
Let's do a comparison of how many views some of the top Kenyan artists get on their Ghafla!Lyrics profiles, versus how many views they get on their ReverbNation profiles:
I recently saw a post by my fellow blogger Wamathai, talking about the 8 most watched YouTube videos in Kenya in 2011. It was your standard run of the mill end of year post, and perhaps Wamathai hurriedly looked at the YouTube charts for Kenya to come up with his observation.
However, it must be noted that the YouTube charts are incredibly flawed when it comes to sorting videos by location.
Sauti Sol, the band who can be accredited with pioneering the recent afro-fusion movement in Kenyan music, have added another feather to their cap: they are now the first ever East African act to be featured in the critically acclaimed 'Festival Sur La Niger.'
We have heard that they applied to attend the festival, an lucky for them, Mammou Diaffe, the director of the festival, had the benefit of watching them live in Amsterdam for himself. He was simply star struck by their performance and promptly signed them up to appear in the prestigious annual concert.
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