Wednesday, 10 October 2012 10:45 Written by
They came, they saw, and later left. However, they made quite an impression on their fans. Proved that music can be birthed from beef and a name can actually be made through it. Coolagang, a hip hop group of five rappers namely, Shukid, Kevin Grants, Taffie, Kapela and Greg Black Rock, held it up for their hood in all their tracks, but it seems as though time has come for them to go their separate ways. Sad, but it already happened.
Wednesday, 10 October 2012 10:25 Written by
After a very long time since releasing a single, after a series of appearances on other Katenga videos, funny man Alfayo is finally back with music. Honestly, I had missed this guy's music. The humor that comes with it is just priceless. He knows how to get one's mind off everything else and just concentrate on him, a quality every artiste should posses.
Wednesday, 10 October 2012 09:43 Written by Nwasante Khasiani (Writer)
If you remember and you enjoyed the last musical serving from this combination called "Happy", you'll be happy to learn of this new musical serving. This time round it's a whimsical track titled "More Than Just Friends" and it's basically a tale of illicit love. Picture if you will that you hit the club and you find your mans' girlfriend there looking enticing and she gyrates to the music so seductively when you ask her for a dance... That's Kantai's take on the track. And he gets poetic talking about "/Love is a wild horse and you can't ride it!/" And STL takes is similar seeing as she admits to know the lad has a girlfriend going crazy at home. Interesting. The track has a slow feel without being a bore. It's the type of track you can't help but bump your head to. It is reminiscent of the golden…
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 18:35 Written by Adam Wagwau (Writer)
Today, Kenyans on Twitter showed up and joined hands to protest against greed in Kenya's power system. Kenyan celebrities were not left out in the CBD march. Members of the afropop group, Just-A-Band, who have been known to be reclusive also came out in support of their fellow Kenyans. Click to enlarge the photo of two of the band's members, Blinky Bill and Jim Chuchu.
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