The King of R&B and Lost School music, DJ Andre, is back with more fire than he has ever had. He has recently done multiple mixes in various genres including R&B, Bongo flavour, Lost School in general, Neo-Soul and even Kwaito.
If you thought that Prezzo was joking when he said that we should expect more from him this year then you were definitely wrong as he has teamed up with the best Kenyan reggae
He was called TPF4's Ng'ang'alito, reason... hehehe, I won't mention that here. We are all about positivity. Well then, guess what? I don't know exactly where he has been but he is back and he's not quiet about it.
Do you know one of those Shuga moments?... No, really. This ain't one of those "that ...moment" jokes. I am talking about the actual Shuga moment... yesterday evening... MTV.
He is undoubtedly one of the best DJs in Kenya. Holding it down in the radio stations and clubs, he is sure to make you enjoy every moment of it.
DJ Creme is currently upgrading his website, thisiscreme.com, to give his fans a better reception and tour through his life and works. I am sure a couple of mixes will be available on the site to entertain us. Here is a sneak preview of the new site which is still under construction. Stay tuned.
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) employees have this morning gone on strike as a result of an alleged excess of over Kshs. 300 million in salary arrears.
Do these guys ever rest? It was just the other day when they released 'fresh all day' video and now they are
Gospel music is now much higher in terms of both music market and fans. People are willing to pay more for gospel music and events than for other genres of music. Who can blame, when artistes like Kambua and Juliani are on the Gospel side.
It’s official that State owned media house KBC workers are on strike from today even as their Managing Director