By Stevens Muendo | 2 days ago
Khaligraph said Eric has no grounds to speak or share his opinion regarding the music industry simply because he is not a musician.
By Davis Muli | 3 weeks ago
Kenyan entertainers are outdoing themselves and have amassed a massive following.
By Boniface Mithika | 2 months ago
The teens took the continent by storm, their performance in BBA the highlight of their short but phenomenal career. Shappaman, Karun, K’cous, and Taio
By Mkala Mwaghesha
The Order of Arts and Letters (Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) is an award presented in recognition of eminent artistes and writers, as well as people,
By Stevens Muendo
Some famous groups that have since parted ways include: Kelele Takatifu, MOG, Camp Mulla, Ochungulo Family, BMF, P-Unit, The Kansoul, Tattuu, Kleptoma
By Boniface Mithika
“Or people want to get into your pants because they think you are pretty,” she added, her tone aggressive. She recorded much of the album in Tanzania
On the afternoon of June 1, 1963, as the Nyakinyua traditional women dancing group was entertaining guests in an open field following Jomo Kenyatta’s
By Tony Mochama
The Sample Bar is the first one in Africa and currently there are only two at Swedish Museum of Performing Arts in Stockholm, Sweden
By James Wanzala
Kenya’s music industry is valued at Ksh320 billion according to a survey by the World Bank. The UN has termed this the year of the creative economy.
By Alfayo Onyango
A bona fide ridiculous infiltration of Amapiano, the South African-intensive sound is well-digging its tracks locally, at the expense of our own sound
By Benson Kiragu
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