Kenya’s freshest producer, Magix Enga, also known as Beat King, is set to release his maiden music album titled Velocity.
After churning out hits for three years, the producer-cum singer has been in the lab working on his major debut.
"It will be live on May 22 after I have released all the audios on YouTube," Magix told Pulse.
Singles such as Nairobi, Fake (with Shappaman), Bus (featuring Redsan) and Hustle (featuring Fena Gitu) have already been streaming via YouTube with the Magix Empire boss plotting to stack up a star-studded line-up of collaborators including starlet Tanasha Donna on his latest project.
With Sauti Sol set to release their Midnight Train record on May 12, there can only be good things in store.
Shaq the Youngin rocks a Sh500,000 watch
Shaquille Oduk aka Shaq the Youngin is truly Nairobi’s youngest sponsor.
On an Instagram story this week, the 23-year-old influencer, radio host and entertainer was spotted with Swiss luxury timepiece Hublot’s Classic Fusion Blue Titanium edition.
The company does not retail its products in Africa, and would cost anyone up to more than Sh555,500, without tax, fresh in a two-case box.
Shaq’s latest flex and statement of joining the money league is a bold and vocal one as he prepares to launch his TV show entitled Shaqo Off Air this coming week on a local TV station.