I bet the best part of the Saturday’s Tekno Miles concert was the major announcement when the surprise act hit the stage. Tekno’s 30 minutes performance on stage was the highlight of the interwebs, netizens throwing all forms of shade while to let the fact sink that they were taken for a ride.
Among the curtain raisers at the concert was Le Band, Fena, Redsan and The Kansoul who did a fine job on stage to keep the crowd rocking. The surprise act of the night was Camp Mulla. The BET Nominee came through armed with their usual bangers like “Party don’t stop”, “Fresh All Day”, ”Hold It Down”, and ”Sunday Swag”.
The reception was beyond phenomenal after Taio Tripper grabbed the attention of the crowd and began, ”This is not the last time you’re seeing us. We are linking up to give you a second album.”
The group broke up in 2013 when Miss Karun left the group to pursue a solo career while on her studies in the USA. Thee MC Africa also left to do his own jig leaving Shappaman and Kus Ma on their own. Miss Tiri stepped in to fill Miss Karun’s place on the group.
Fans were super excited to receive the news of a possible sophomore album from the group. Funky Town was the debut project and was considered 254 unadulterated Hip Hop. From the online responses, it seems fans are so ready for the reunion of Camp Mulla and they should easily slide to the top of the food chain as before.
CAMP MULLA are back Africa!!!! pic.twitter.com/Ezrl2MBmv0
— Broski (@ReubenNyaribari) September 10, 2017
Social Media Ablaze With Tekno’s Not So Epic Performance In Nairobi
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