The first time I heard about IMI was because of Dala Vol 2. She was one of the Afro indie-soul musicians performing at the live acoustic session in Nairobi, organized by one Junior Nyongo (If you know you know). I was this close to going, even though I didn’t know who she was, or whether she … More Discover your Roots and Wings with IMI’s acoustic EP
You knew this was coming, yeah? After that hilarious yet genius cover of Sauti Sol’s Short N Sweet, Ayrosh is back with another one. Two times in one month. Man’s not stopping.
So much red yet there’s so little love around. Every year, we’re expected to show our love specifically on certain days. So once again, we have to brave through this strange February holiday. Rebel tactfully against the red system. I won’t even mention its name here.
It’s been a good month, clearly when you see this post. After many months of absence without leave or notice, the music bug has finally caught up with me. It’s time to administer a heavy dose of great new music to you music junkies.
“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.
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.
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?