In 2015 Kafi released TRAPPED IN AFRICA a project that showcased how good music, trap music to be exact was trapped in Africa yet it could easily compare to the global standards. “I did a side-by-side, song-by-song analysis to showcase […]
Modern fairy-tales are fast-paced. You see someone who catches your fancy, you walk up to them and get their number and a few Whatsapp exchanges later you’re an item. Not the stuff of butterflies-inducing romances. They are fickle, fizzing out quickly like a match. It’s not all gloom and doom however, and that deviation from the usual is what Ayrosh touches on in his latest release.
Quick in the heels of Wendo and Nihaku, Ayrosh has teamed up with Waithaka Entertainment for Shuga Mami. The song is a danceable ode to his ‘Caro’, sang in sensual Gikuyu lyrics and a melody reminiscent of a drive with scintillating sunsets as a backdrop.
Nyashinski is balance, he’s structure, and rhythm, with plenty of musical and metaphysical significance—he seems more attracted to the general idea than the specifics. Clichés persist for a reason, after all: they can be incredibly effective. His mix of secular and spiritual soul has taken him far ever since his come back. But on “The two sides of Nyashinski” he pushes beyond his comfort zone for something a bit more ambitious.
On its face, “Aminia” sounds like the banger, the club track, the drinking song. You know, the hit. The one where we’re allowed to take a nip out of the flask in the back of the church and let the devil in—if only for a little while. And it is all those things: It would be blasphemous if “Aminia” did not blare from stereos and cars and earbuds and boom boxes throughout the country. As the beat thumps down at an inebriating tempo, Nyash eyes the expanse of fame in front of him with an arched brow. He rebuffs would-be hangers-on. He gives opportunistic “lyricists” the ice grill on the intro. “wanajiita lyricist kwa hizi interviews na Mimi tu ndio nimetoa lyric video ikahit a million views “…he raps.
If there’s one event that can transform over 18 year olds into rowdy 16 year olds again, it’s definitely The Bashment party . Hosted by everyone’s favorite party baron Dj Bash :Bashment party boasts it’s third edition with an impressive […]
There are trendier, more youthful dance clubs all over Nakuru town. But straight up, if you want to party like “nobody-puts-baby-in-a-corner” type of party, do yourself a favour and go to Platinum 7D Lounge Nakuru on the 19 th of May.
Electric Friday is what it’s going to be with DJ Bash on the decks .We all know there’s no party like a DJ Bash Party. Whatever music it is that gets you turnt, he’s got you. Count Your Friday party check list covered, but with what exactly? A wide variety of watered down alcoholic and non alcoholic cocktails, sheesha, great music and a topping of the most diverse crowd with an amazing ambience. What more could you ask for?