Wednesday, 16 September 2015 11:41
Nameless, Wyre And A Few Other Kenyan Music Bigwigs To Share Stage With 5 Jamaican Reggae SuperstarsWritten by Martin Oduor
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 11:01
“Namuona Na Sketi Fupi Kuliko Miaka Yake…” See The Gorgeous Lady Daddy Owen Was Referring To In His Viral Song Vanity (Photos)Written by Martin Oduor
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 18:00
Kitu Sewer And 2 Other Underground Artists Who Should Drop The Tag And Take Their Place In The IndustryWritten by Liatema Munyu
There are moments when taking a look through the local industry you feel in some way it has been unfair to some artists deserving a bigger indubitable place at the high table. However, there are times when you also feel some artists are just not either willing to make the step up, or not realizing their potential or simply approaching everything in a lackadaisical manner. That is the same feeling you get when think about the following artists;
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 18:37 Written by Sue Watiri
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 08:10 Written by Martin Oduor
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Monday, 14 September 2015 17:17 Written by Tonny Ndungu
Monday, 14 September 2015 16:03 Written by Liatema Munyu
Hehehe, where does one start here, I guess given the mosaic of elements that is this video and the artists anywhere suits just fine. If you have ever looked for a mash up of Lil Wayne and Davido, King Kambungosi is the result personified, the swag and antics and the video too. His Yapapala song and video is irritatingly funny you laugh through grinded teeth. Okay so the content of the whole video for the Luhya song is a description of a staggeringly beautiful lady whose features are compared to stuff from being as a hot as a ripe tomato to whatever aspect rushes your blood about a motorcycle(told you it is a strange mosaic). And that is it. The outrageous Luhya stereotypes like the hen at the start of the video to the two fellows having ugali that’s still cooking along with their sisal dress in a clearly not…
Monday, 14 September 2015 15:09 Written by Liatema Munyu
Bahati's adopted son, Morgan Bahati is an adorable young lad and clearly a loved kid. his antics when with the father in interviews and the time spent together attest to this and also to his courage. It appears he has been up to singing lessons and clearly takes his singing seriously. Check out the video below and watch him belt out Bahati's Kuchu Kuchu song with the zeal of a seasoned performer. Quite impressive.
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