With the looming COVID-19 pandemic that has heavily dented entertainers’ schedules, more artistes are opting to settle out of the city where it’s spacious and less pricey. Speaking exclusively to Standard Entertainment & Lifestyle, rapper Kristoff has revealed that relocated to the leafy side of Kitengela just minutes shy from the city. “I took a drive to Kajiado County and was fascinated by the architectural design of some beautiful apartments. Upon inquiry, I realised that I can get extravagantly spacious housing at the same rate I pay in the city and I took it up immediately.”
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The rapper reportedly moved into an exquisite six bedroomed stand-alone mansion with ample parking and plenty of yard space. “Besides the fresh air, I can comfortably do my BBQs in my yard. No wonder Khaligraph followed suit,” joked the Dandia hit maker.
Ulopa Ngoma set to open first music school in East Africa
In other news, renowned music producer cum artiste Ulopa Ngoma of Side B records has expressed interest in opening the first ever music college in East Africa.
“A music school, a first of its kind in the region is in the works. We have realized that most aspiring artistes lack proper musical knowledge and need to a curriculum that will guide them through the artistry journey. Thus we are working on starting a music and arts school since most are frustrated by the costs of traveling to far destinations for the same,” he said.
“We’ll soon have our own so we can offer the knowledge and proper guidance required,” he revealed to a handful of artistes who attended his 35th birthday celebration at his Riara road studios.