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His music is cool, mellow, sultry, soulful and different but certainly stark. The man that is Tetu Shani is a Kenyan artist, with a different kind of music unique to the Kenyan music scene.

Published in Jazz & Soul

A collaboration featuring Kenyan top boy band Sauti Sol and Congolese rhumba superstar Fally Ipupa is in the works.

Published in Africa Beat

 

I politely accepted an invite to Rhumba Today by African music and culture aficionado Greg Tendwa, though at first I was skeptical of who the main act, the Red Acapella group were, the performers list read of who is who in the Kenyan African music and art scene.

Published in Africa Beat

 

I’m still dusting from last Friday’s event July 22, one of the best experiences that I have had in the Kenyan capital Nairobi in a while, talk about a room full of Visual Art, digital artwork, poetry and music and most of all the fun! It was just the place to be. The theme of the night was ‘Undisclosed.’

Published in Poetry

If you thought the east African nation cannot host humor on one stage… well the joke is on you! 

Published in Style & Culture

The first time we featured Cece Sagini was after the release of her cheery track “9 to 5”, the beautiful and talented singer has remained consisted in her work continuing to give us more harmonious melodies with that consistent ‘happy’ touch to her music.

Published in Africa Beat

Got one of those vintage or just an old car? Probably you have had enough of it and want to get rid of it, well there will be a market for your car in Kenya

Published in Business Technology

Kenyan super creative producer Jaaz Odongo, is a definite artistic genius and a class above many yet remains a mysterious earthling when it comes to the Kenyan music sphere. He just works magic and lets his music speak for itself.

Published in Jazz & Soul

 

The biting cold would not stop Nairobi poetry enthusiasts from attending one of the popular events among the lovers of creative art, a Cre8tive Spillz poetry show dubbed, ‘Frequencies’,

Published in Poetry

He has been around for as long as I can remember, more than a decade ago, the 12-year-old boy I was would watch him do some rap on the then top TV station KBC, his track, ‘Mr. Lololova’ (1999 release) was on heavy rotation,

Published in Africa Beat
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