Fena Gitu recently celebrated her birthday in style through the Jameson-sponsored Black and Gold Concert. During the concert, the Steam hitmaker promised fans that she would be hosting a new YouTube series dubbed the B&G Sessions where she would host various Kenyan entertainers for interviews and music.
So far she has released two episodes in which she has hosted respected instrumentalists Kato Change and Tugi Mlamba. Below are some reasons to check out this series:
Exclusive peer to peer conversations
B&G Sessions feature artist to artist conversations through which one is able to get an authentic view of what it is like to be a Kenyan musician. Their discussions are very insightful and touch on various untapped conversations such as Life As A Touring artist just to mention a few.
The sessions shine a light on really talented artistes
Through these sessions, you will get to meet and witness the talent of some of Kenya’s most sought-after artists who are not necessarily on heavy rotation in the media.
Amazing live music
When talented artists get together, then amazing live music is obviously in the mix. So far the live music segments towards the end of both episodes was so beautiful you should check them out.
B&G is available on YouTube
These sessions are streaming on Fena’s Youtube Channel. This means that it is free to access it and even catch up on past episodes. So what are you waiting for?
There is more great content to come
In a post via her social media, Fena Gitu announced that the next B&G episode will host Xenia Manasseh and MTM Thuo who will be discussing the topic ‘The Kenyan VS Diaspora Experience.’ Sounds exciting? Then tune in to Fena’s YouTube channel on 27th May 2021 from 9 pm.