Yesterday i had the rarest chance of bumping onto one member of the Girl group that used to rock our airwaves in the hey days. (Ten years ago) Angela Mwandanda, we had a lengthy tete a tete that revolved around this and that, with the highlight being the awaited comeback of the trio into the music circles. She disclosed to me that the 3, Angela Ndambuki, Debbie Asila and herself were still tight friends, which dispels allegations that they had outgrown their chemisty..Angela now works with the African Internet group, a twaddle of online shopping platforms that are kicking some serious ass.  So how soon do we expect something from the trio? She was still unable to disclose seeing as it were, it was not within her means to speak for the group without their permission. But if it may interest you, she works really close to Debbie Asila and she…
They are fresh from winning the MTVEMA Best African Act and now want to thank their fans for the support they have rendered them for the last couple of years they have been in the industry.
Kenya has seen a flurry of artists of late, flocking into the country to do performances, entertain, educate and make money in equal measure.
Our own Sauti Sol are doing great on the global scene, musically, and that, for any noble, loyal person, is a massive achievement.
Dandora’s finest Music group Kalamashaka are back on the limelight all thanks to a fuss that they caused on Moi Avenue; the group all over sudden has become the talk of town following the dreadful incident that they caused.
Candy n Candy CEO Joe Kariuki has long been interested in transforming the music showbiz in the country and in the process signed up numerous music heavyweights and upcoming/underground artistes but Joe hasn’t stopped there as he is now going all the way to all the 47 counties in search of young entrepreneurs.
Yes! They have won the MTVEMA Best African Act award! That is the breaking good news of the day. This has been made possible through our unity as a nation in voting for the group of four who have been in the forefront in entertaining, educating and informing Kenyans.
Kenyans on Twitter fondly referred to as KOT have become a force to be reckoned with. They are the trend setters, the game changers and the wig snatchers.
Thursday, 23 October 2014 13:57

Sauti Sol Win MTV Award For Best African Act

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For once in my life I’m glad I voted!
  He hit the airwaves and the halls of fame in Kenya when he produced and sang Flavor’s ‘Ashawo’ in Ekegusii, a rendition of the Nigerian singer hit that was banned in the West African state but liked and admired here in Kenya.
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