Rap superstar Lil Wayne last week released his deluxe version to the album Funeral.
In the all-star feature line-up enlisted for the fresh 32-song album, 22-year old Kenyan Mark Mbogo known as KayCyy Pluto was squeezed in among top-tier pop acts Doja Cat, Tory Lanez, 2Chainz, Adam Levine, TakeOff, and many others.
The Atlanta-based singer-rapper is credited as a writer on the song Big Worm.
Pluto is said to be working on a second album after releasing his debut Patiently Waiting earlier this year that featured big names in the trap music culture such as Lil Baby and Lil Keed.
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Mbogo’s new album is set to feature Akon. Other huge names he is associated with are Maino, Casanova, Kenyan DJ Poizon Ivy, and even billionaire rap-entrepreneur and designer, Kanye West.
Elsewhere… Anyiko Owoko shares her music playlists
Kenyan music’s publicist Anyiko Owoko has been on a roll curating interesting music playlists for music lovers to enjoy during this period of restrictions.
From Madaraka Playlist, Best of 2019 Albums: Strictly Kenyan, Streets of Africa Hip Hop/ Rap, Africa’s Best Female Collaborations, 100 Strictly African R&;B Songs, The Biggest African Collaborations: East to West, her concept playlists, exclusive to music streaming app, Boomplay, have been well received.
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The Okay Africa 100 Women 2018 honoree has shared in-depth, diverse and well-arranged playlists for music enthusiasts to keep their spirits high, with some already amassing over 1,000 plays.
Anyiko is revered for her publicity works for giant Afro-pop band Sauti Sol among other A-list African acts such as Yemi Alade, Seyi Shey, Navio, just to name a few.