Wednesday, 10 December 2014 15:40
Celebrated South African Singer Who Sang ‘Siyabonga Jesu’ and ‘Wahamba Nathi’ Is Expected In the CountryWritten by Edward Chweya
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 14:55 Written by Martin Oduor
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 13:19 Written by Tonny Ndungu
XTREEM TEENIZ AWARDS CATEGORIES AND CODESCATEGORY A CODES Teeniz male artist1 Bahati AA12 Eko Dyda AA23 L. J Maasai AA34 Mwenye Haki AA45 Pitson AA56 Willy Paul AA6 Teeniz Female Artist1 Evelyn Wanjiru AB12 Grace Mwai AB23 Jackie Kotira AB34 Lady Bee AB45 Ruth Matete AB56 Size 8 AB67 Janet Otieno AB7 Teeniz group1 Camp David AC12 Recapp AC23 Soc AC34 The T412 AC45 Tpk sons AC56 24 Elders AC67 Innocent Persons AC78 PID AC 8 Teeniz Band 1 Gravity AD12 Gospel Kings AD23 Kalesa AD34 Kijani Kibichi AD45 Samawati AD56 Yunasi AD67 H_Art the Band AD7 Teeniz Dance crew1 All Stars AE12 Alterqueens AE23 Amazing Dance Crew AE34 Flamerz AE45 Genje Danc e Crew AE56 The Band AE67 Confidence All Stars AE7SMS CODE TO: 20977 SMS CODE TO: 20977 SMS CODE TO: 20977
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 12:59 Written by Edward Chweya
Continued from: Part 1 When Eddy Kenzo released his hit song Sytia Loss a few months ago, little did he know that it would turn out to be the most liked song in East Africa and beyond. Little did Eddy know that Sytia Loss, sang in his native Ugandan language, could get the recognition of the international scene.
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 12:50 Written by Edward Chweya
Dear 2 Chainz You should know one thing…..Kenya sio ya mama yako bwana….Yani last month you just shunned our country like that and you didn’t even bother to offer any explanations. Relax. I am not about to hurl insults at you .I ain’t feeling that type of way. You know what I’m taking bout? Anyway, I heard you will be performing in Nairobi this Friday. That’s great. At least the angst and tension of the preceding few weeks have dissipated. I'm prepared to "throw my hands in the air and wave 'em like I just don't care."
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 11:22 Written by Sue Watiri
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 10:39
CABU GAH DIARIES: Of Papa Dennis,Prezzo,Baby One and Others....Flashy Music Videos DO NOT Mean You've Got Talent. No. Money Or Not,You're Still A Flat,Talentless Slob.Written by Cabu Gah
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 10:04 Written by Tonny Ndungu
I have lived and listened, listened to scores of women recount harrowing tales of their mother's-In-Law. The common tale has it that Mother's-in-law are horrible, conniving, sadistic, devoid of feelings humans whose motive is to frustrate newly married brides by ,making their marriages living hell. But there is an exception. David Mathenge's (Nameless) mother has defied all the stereotypes set against Inlaws. Nameless took to celebrate his mother yesterday on social media citing that his mother and his wife got along ever so effortlessly. He went on to praise the woman that has been central to making him the star that he is today. Nameless and his mother share a moment. Wahu and Her mother-in-law share a moment.
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