While a woman weeping in public will elicit sympathy and worry, a man crying in public is often met with disapproval and a wagging finger as a man is not supposed to cry in public. It is viewed as ‘unmanly’.

This morning, Sauti Sol's Bien was all over the news with his new Christian Louboutin studded sneakers that cost him about 250,000 shillings, quite a tidy sum for ugly shoes anyway. What Bien missed is the fact that Prezzo was rocking studded Louboutins in 2013. But you have to tip your hat's to Bien, he has quite some sneaker game. 

Mama Ngina Kenyatta the wife of the first President of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta is rarely seen in the public.

There is trouble and I mean major trouble in socialite land. The two ultimate queens Huddah Monroe and vera Sidika have decided to share a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes away from all bikini photos.

A large number of celebrities in Kenya have gained a bad reputation of being stand-offish and outright cold,rushing past throngs of adoring fans

An exclusive Coke Studio Africa Meet & Greet event was held yesterday at the rooftop of Sankara Hotel. The event was graced by celebrated American singer/songwriter NE-YO among other Coke Studio Africa artists including: Alikiba (Tanzania), Wangechi (Kenya), Ice Prince (Nigeria), Dama Do Bling (Mozambique) and Maurice Kirya (Uganda), Jua Cali (Kenya)and Elani (Kenya).

Others included top Kenyan celebrities, personalities, Coca-Cola representatives, music industry players among other stakeholders

NE-YO has recorded a special mash-up song with 5 artists. He said, "It’s a true honor to return to Africa and celebrate artists from all over the continent. By creating this musical fusion through Coke Studio Africa, people of all races, ethnicities and religion will come together through this remarkable opportunity.”

“I'm so excited to build lasting moments with all of these incredibly talented artists and musicians.Being in Kenya for the first time, he expressed his delight, gratitude and anticipation to work with the African artists on the upcoming season Coke Studio Africa – premieres in October,” he added.

Africa’s biggest music mash-up will have NE-YO, Alikiba, Wangechi, Ice Prince, Dama Do Bling and Maurice Kirya on the track.


The new season of Coke Studio Africa will for the first time, task artists with a unique format of mash-ups - the latest trend in the global music industry. “A celebration of African music” being its core element. Coke Studio Africa show is a non-competitive format, which seeks to bring together and showcase the diversity of African musical talent unlike other music programmes that focus on the emergence of a winner.

It also gives upcoming artists the opportunity to work with some of the best local and international music and production talent. The objective of the show is to reinvent the way music captures the imagination and heart of our continent. The show will not only celebrate local African grown music talent but also create unique music mash-ups.

Grammy Award winning musician and producer Zwai Bala of ground-breaking South African Kwaito group TKZee is the new show’s music director while Brett Lotriet, a renowned International TV director and producer is working as the series producer. The musicians along with a highly talented house band will this season present new tracks produced by both local and international producers.

Some of the producers include Jaaz Odongo, Eric Musyoka and Kevin Provoke from Kenya, Cobhams Asuquo, Masterkraft and Chopstix from Nigeria, Owour Arunga from USA, Nahreel from Tanzania and Silvastone from the UK. With this pool of music geniuses this show will take music production on the continent to a whole new level.

On the new season of Coca-Cola’s African flagship music show, 26 music artistes from Nigeria, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania will be featured. Coke Studio Africa will be broadcasted across Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Mozambique.


Ladies and gentlemen mark your calendars, the biggest wedding of the year is about to go down.

 It started as a normal day with Size 8 getting dolled-up by a renowned make-up artiste for the biggest show of her life.

Jacky Vike is a professional dancer, and no, not the twerking kind, she does ballet, Capoeira and other dance.  Thanks to her dancing skills she is also a dance and yoga instructor thus her lithe, well-defined body.

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