June 2019 has been a special month. especially for Kenyan music. In just four weeks, four music launch parties happened in Nairobi. I attended 2 of them, and I already told you about the first one. The second one had the same musicians on stage. Because Mutoriah is everywhere! Advertisements
It’s embarrassing to not know your own language. Especially at a family gathering and you’re the only one who can’t join in the lively conversation. Or even get to know your grandmother. I almost did though.
Sunday mornings in Nairobi are simply the best. No traffic jam at all, not even in the CBD. And you can actually see the ground you’re walking on in advance. I thought I would listen to Caffe Mocha, one of my favourite Kenyan radio shows, on the road. But after meeting them at 9 am, … More Upgrade Poetry: How Tetu Shani grew his fanbase in Nakuru
Radio is dying. That’s what you’ll hear most millennials say nowadays. With the advent of this wonderful thing called the podcast, the future for radio is bleak. You can listen to any podcast on any topic or music genre from anywhere in the world. Everyone and has their mother has one. I mean, who is … More 5 Kenyan Radio Shows that are still worth listening to
It’s Pisces SZN again! … More Let Vallerie Muthoni impress you with her new EP Pisces SZN
From the beginning, she’s been killing it. First as Diana Nduba as she tried to find her sound. Then she settled with Mayonde, a fitting name for this Kenyan goddess who believes she was once an ancient Mayan ruler. In 2015, you would have classified her as an indie soul singer from her debut album … More How Mayonde is already killing it in 2019
When I saw the lineup, I literally screamed with joy. “This cannot be happening. We are not ready for all this fire on one stage in one day”, I exclaimed while looking at the event poster of the first Godown Gig of 2019.
It’s not every day you go to Kilifi. But when you do, you can’t stop talking about it. The Kenyan coastal destination has a sincere delectable charm. So when you watch the recap video of Kilifi New Year 2017/2018, you know you have to go back and finish what you started.
What is your favourite genre? I bet you’ve been asked that question one too many times. Usually, I mumble reggae, R&B, pop, house music. But I always end up with one solid answer: Afro-fusion.
They say you never forget your first time. Whether it’s your first sloppy kiss or your first live concert as an adult. It’s kinda true. For that same reason, you might never forget your first Uani by Serro event.