Rayvanny, Otile Brown to share stage in Mombasa next month

Tanzanian musician Rayvanny (right) and Kenya's Brown Otile during their past performances. [Standard, file]

Raymond Shaban, Tanzanian musician, songwriter, and recording artist better known by his stage name Rayvanny, is set to perform in Kenya next month.

The 30-year-old has gained popularity in East African for his hit Bongo tunes, and recently Amapiano.

Rayvanny is set to share a stage with Kenya’s top Bongo artist Otile Brown, whose real name is Jacob Obunga.

The duo will be headlining the ZiiJam concert at Mombasa Sports Club on December 9, 2023.

“Get ready to witness the magic, when two of East Africa's superstars, Otile Brown and Rayvanny take to the stage at the ZiiJam concert on 9th December at Mombasa Sports Club,” a message from the concert’s marketer reads in part.

“This electrifying event is being organized by Ziiki Media, the largest music distribution company in East Africa, and promises to be an unforgettable evening of soul-stirring performances that will leave a lasting mark in the East African music scene,”

Regular tickets for the event are going for Sh1, 500 for early birds, and Sh2, 000 at the gate. VIP ticket prices are yet to be announced.

By AFP 11 hrs ago
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