Known Nairobi socialites and vixens raised eyebrows last week after thronging a popular beach hotel in Mombasa when they heard Nigerian act Burna Boy was in town.
The women, in Mombasa for Christmas holidays and the much publicised NRG Radio gig, made a beehive for the hotel in an attempt to get access to the On the Low singer, who was said to have remained in his room throughout.
Rufftone electrifies Kakamega town on New Year's Eve
Meanwhile. Gospel artiste Rufftone took Kakamega town by storm during the Pure Praise season two crossover concert. The concert, held at Bukhungu Stadium, he said, saw the attendance triple compared to last year’s.
“I am so humbled by the turn-up, especially from the youth who came in large numbers and I give my deepest appreciation to them because they could have gone to other places like bars and or churches,” said the Mungu Baba hitmaker.
He thanked the Kakamega County Governor Wycliffe Oparanya for giving the stadium free of charge, Senator Cleophas Malala and other sponsors for making the event successful.
“We plan to have Easter Pure Praise in Meru town, another one in Mombasa in August, then finally season three of the same in Kakamega in December,” he said.
Meanwhile in Bungoma, the inaugural Vuka Mwaka concert brought out the best the party scene has experienced in the town, with one of the biggest fireworks displays in Western Kenya at the stroke of midnight. Among the artistes who performed are Ekko Dydda, Anastasia Mukabwa, Eko Kids, Ilagosa Walogosa and Smith Boy, among others.