Most products sell only because of the adverts. Just think about it. How many foodstuffs do you know that have no single health benefit, or services that cost way too much for your budget… but you still bought them? Advertisements
“Emmanuel Harawa, a 20-year-old of Malawian – Kenyan descent, has come into the scene like a bonafide OVO co-sign.” No I didn’t write that. I copy pasted it – non-plagiarized though, please put down the phone.
It’s the last week of the month and you don’t know what to do. Your allowance has just streamed into your bank account waiting to be spent. Or for some of us, into our sponsor’s – sorry I mean parent’s account.
About a year ago I got a Random email from one of my readers (Yeah, that’s what he called it). This particular reader felt like he could write, but found all kinds of excuses not to. I guess he wanted some unsolicited advice from me.
So, are you voting? That has probably been the most asked question in the country this past month. If only Google could document it, it would be no. 1 on the Kenyan search results.
My hands are covered with dirt, and my forehead glistening with hot sweat. But I’ve finally come up with new music releases, err I mean treasures from the underground. They’re so mesmerizing, you could stare at them all day.
My favorite kind people are those who can make you laugh effortlessly. Like straight from a laugh factory, they are naturally infused with an immense sense of humor. Tetu Shani is one of those people.
I bet what you must be wondering. Has The Music Junkie gone Christian? Did she suddenly become religious? What about this post she wrote on the truth about religion? Is she really going back on her words?
I probably would have never talked to him if a friend hadn’t pushed me to make the first move (Thanks Mufasa). Even after attending his Kaya album launch in May at the exquisite Michael Joseph Center, I still wanted to know more. What’s the real story behind this guy called Mr. Jemedari?