Camp Mulla seem to be determined to put out as many records as they can before they officially begin doing their own individual pursuits -school for some. Aside from putting out a number of solo tracks, they are back as a unit with a brand new track titled "Oh Ma Gad" which features WondaBoy.
Ugandan singing duo Radio and Weasel of Good lyfe have been nominated for this year's BET awards in the category of 'Best International Act: Africa'.
Just last week we conducted a poll on Ghafla where I asked you which Camp Mulla member you felt was the most likely to succeed aye? My choice of Kus Ma lost out but no long ting! Today the lad who actually won that poll has released his first single titled "Zone Out".
If you want to discover how dance music in Nairobi in the '60s, how Kwaito started in Johannesburg, how Naija developed in Lagos, the influence of Angola music on Lisbon’s dance music, how clubs look like in Berlin and Kiev and how producers distribute their music in the UK, then this where you need to be this evening.
Ever wanted to see Camp Mulla and Just A Band share a stage? How about with international acts like Batida & Octa Push (Lisbon, Portugal), Oren Gerlitz (Berlin, Germany) among other acts?
Remember how I went on and on, about how people are now using phones to shoot videos? I was on to something, or so I'd like to think.
Ever wondered what a live African-melodies-playing band, would sound like when infused with music from a live deejaying unit?
Ladies and gentlemen, by now the shock of Camp Mulla's impending break up has sunk in and we have all had time to absorb and internalize the news aye? If you don't know what I'm going on about, find out by reading this article.
Two of Kenya's biggest bands will share the stage with music stars from Europe in a night of music fusion and exploration of the urban club culture.