Here’s the thing guys, posts haven’t been churning out as fast as my brain speed. I’m sure this is not the first time you have heard a writer say this. Giving you excuses, I mean reasons why they haven’t created something new in awhile. It probably won’t be your last.
Has March been a busy month or what. I’m ready for my spring vacay now. Preferably to a quaint tropical island in the Indian Ocean with no WiFi, and all the pina coladas. Lie on a beach bed beneath a palm tree; listening to the music of the ocean. Or just surf the foamy waves, … More Music of the month – March 2017
There are songs that explicitly talk about sex. Then there are those that seem innocent, but are far from it. In the current sea of X rated music, some artists have become clever. They have discovered new ways to sing about sex, but in a hidden way.
Remember that time I told you about the interesting things I learnt about Tanzania? I Member (South Park fans, hello). Well I wasn’t done. There’s so much to write home about Bongoland, I could almost write a book. But I won’t, I’ll leave that to one of our readers here. Anajijua.
Another month has come and gone, and some of us are still single. Hehe. February is that time when most artists decide to release soppy love songs, just because Valentines. These musicians however tried to steer away of the norm.
About a month ago, I finally came back from Tanzania. Those were the shortest 5 weeks I have ever experienced. To my friends and family it felt like months, but to me it was more like one long day. Or rather, a holiday. Not surprisingly, everyone I’ve met since keeps asking one question – how’s Dar? Here’s … More Discover Tanzania: Lessons from Dar (part 1)
You know it’s Valentine’s season when brands suddenly start advertising special offers, with red hearts painted all over. And everyone starts panicking. Especially my single people out there. Now you have to make calls and look for a last-minute date on Tinder. I mean, isn’t it illegal to be forever alone also on International Lovers … More Let’s Fall in Love – or Not
It’s a huge hall, a proper theatre. A larger than life stage sits at the front lifted towards the heavens. Even at the fifth row you’re still looked down upon. The red seats are soft and comfortable, with ample back support. And wide enough for most shapes and sizes.
TGIF. Thank God It’s February! Njaanuary is finally over; those 100 days just did not seem to end. Now we can chop our money and celebrate. Wine would be great. Who’s willing to buy? Anyone?
What you are about to witness, is the comeback of Kenyan music. … More Why Kenyan music is Killing It in 2017