Friday, 01 August 2014 09:49

Headline: Bobby Mapesa Makes a Thunderous Comeback. Featured

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After what seemed like a career killer especially after announcing his "break" in music, rapper Bobby Mapesa is back with a bang! He has just released a new jam featuring MainSwitch Entertainment's queenbee, Vivian. One thing is for sure, Mapesa hasn't lost his magic wand. He's still as razor sharp as he was when he was the king of the game.
Nancy Nyambura better known as Jastorina succumbed to Meningitis at the Kenyatta National Hospital after a long deadly battle with the disease.
  It’s August first, the 213th day of the year and we are certainly grateful to be alive .Here are the stories making headlines this unpleasantly cold morning
Host of Gospel show Trinity Connect that takes place on Homeboyz radio every Sunday evening Allan T has left the station.
Sometimes human kindness can sometimes be shocking in this cruel world we live in. A reliable eye-witness recently told me of one such incident -where those around were astounded and it involved none other than Hopekid. The young gospel artist was asked by some street kids who were apparently really young for some money.
Thursday, 31 July 2014 12:27

When Home Becomes Hell

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  Atlanta-based Kenyan rapper Danny Kay’s new music video has caused a lot of upheaval. It all started during the shoot of the video that left locals incensed leading to the intervention of the police officers thanks to the video concept.
It would seem Pharrel inadvertently spark creativity worldwide with his "Happy" video, the ripples of which are yet to stop rocking the surface of humanity. Right on the heels of the video, Sauti Sol who were recently hacked have been have decided to make a video in similar mode.
So last evening, rapper STL was meant to perform at the Mojos Club as she promotes her new song – “Biashara” remix with Khaligraph Jones and Kristoff.
At just 25 or 26, Sarah Hassan never ceases to amaze us with how much she has done in such a short time!
Thursday, 31 July 2014 10:24

More Bongo Artistes Find Home in Kenya

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Bongo singers have always considered Kenya their second home which explains why most of them do their music here and even find residence in the 254.
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