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Abbih Nguma, born and raised at the coast of Kenya realized he had a special gift in singing at a very tender age and the church really helped to mold and shape this talent.
  The music industry is just about to be treated to the biggest collabo of all times. We’re not referring to 2 or 3 but 20 renowned artistes!
She represents another amazing side to Kenya’s dynamic musical scene. Her voice and style has an affinity with female jazz vocalists of the 1930s and soul and folk music of the 1960s. In all her compositions, she is blazing new trails in Kenya; experimenting with different styles, and creating a hybrid sound that is her very own.
Atlanta-based Kenyan rapper over the weekend got in trouble when a violent and angry mob confronted him baying for his blood on allegations that he had used a child for sexual stimulation.
Time to turn it up! The mission is quite clear for the Kenyan born and bred rapper and music producer going all the way to turn up the music scene a notch higher.
Tuesday, 15 July 2014 14:30

Willy Paul is Heading Back to the US

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  This year, Gospel singer Willy Paul has really outdone himself. From rebranding (Willy Paul to Willy Paul Msafi) after a streak of bad luck – controversy after controversy – to releasing two hot jams in a one month space.
It is said that out of the 7.2 billion people present on earth, at least one of them is your look-alike; your double.
In April this year, a few months after the culmination of Tusker Project Fame, season 6, we revealed to you that one of the most vocally talented female contestants, Nyambura, became a proud mum to a bouncing baby boy.
  Born in Los Angeles, but originally from Kenya, Victoria Kimani started writing, recording and performing at 16. She lived in Nigeria during her high school years, but moved back to Nairobi, Kenya at the age of 17.
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