By Diana Anyango | 2 months ago
The President’s raft of proposals in his wide-ranging speech proposed a seemingly attractive directive by the Government to make music lucrative
By Mkala Mwaghesha and Elvis Ogina | 1 year ago
Musicians have a limited bargaining position with mobile service providers, digital content firms and mobile hardware manufacturers
By Christiaan De Beukelaer and Andrew Eisenberg | 1 year ago
On her hospital bed at the Kenyatta National Hospital in January 2015, gospel artiste Peace Mulu nearly lost hope in life after breaking her legs in an accident. Visits by her fans kept her desire to live.
By Vincent Achuka | 4 years ago
The battle for control of Skiza Code musicians' millions seems far from over after some top players started a dirty war against Bernard Kioko, the CEO Bernsoft, last week.
By Stevens Muendo
Yesterday was a black Monday for some of the well-known mainstream artistes as they walked into the Music Corporate Society of Kenya offices to collect their hard earned sweat in form of money.
By Caroline Nyanga
With the much-awaited Skiza tunes music money out, a number of leading musicians are smiling all the way to the bank.
By Mkala Mwaghesha
It was a relief for artistes when it was announced that communication giant Safaricom had released Sh152 million owed to them through the Skiza Tunes platform. That was about two weeks ago. However, the party has since ended and artistes are singing a different tune in these musical wars that are not going anywhere anytime soon, writes MKALA MWAGHESHA
They argue that the royalties released last week as an accumulative amount backdate to July 2015, and may be distributed in a non-transparent manner.
By Steven Kisuli Muendo
We were duped and after we discovered that this was a wrong move, we went to the Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) to reverse the move
By Cate Mukei
On the same day, our snitch leaked a two-minute audio recording of a heated debate between Ringtone and a lady he purportedly dated and dumped
After a section of the media published a story claiming that the Music Copyright Society of Kenya CEO Maurice Okoth was arrested last week, Maurice now says no case has been filed against him.
By Stevens Muendo and Solomon Koko
By Peris Wambugu
By Solomon Koko
By Alfayo Onyango
By Winnie Makena
By Diana Anyango
By Solomon Koko and Vincent Kejitan
By Solomon Koko
By Vincent Kejitan
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