We are in the month of love so we expect a shift in the music scene soon. Kenyans are trying to catch a groove and we sure artists will rise to the occasion and give us love themed records soon. Let us take a look at hot new music that recently dropped.
Nadia Mukami Feat Otile Brown – Kolo
Nadia Mukami’s 14th studio single and her 1st track off her upcoming album is here. ‘KOLO’ is an Afro-Pop classic banger recorded by Nadia Mukami and Otile Brown. ‘KOLO’ is a fun social song that celebrates the African culture through its original sound, guitar and afro beats, with the lyrics honoring the Swahili culture which is vastly spoken in Eastern Africa while appreciating the authenticity of the production. The song is basically a celebratory classic during happy occasions that praises both the African boy and girl child in a metaphorical context and draws inspiration from them Mushrooms, a legendary late 90’s band.
Nviiri The Storyteller Feat Sauti Sol & Khaligraph Jones – Birthday Song
If you enjoy well put together music, you have hit the jackpot on this record. Nviiri teams up with his label bosses and Khaligraph Jones for this therapeutic jam dubbed ‘Birthday Song’. It helps the fans get into celebration mode and rings out ‘Leo Siku Yako ya Kuzaliwa’. It happens to be Nviiri the Storyteller’s first release off his upcoming EP. Listen to the jam below.
Wahu – This Love
Gospel star Wahu just released a song that appreciates the beauty and joys of a relationship which elevates her wisdom in love. The song is part of a unique project that brings together Wahu and her husband Nameless on a riddim talking about the two extremes of love: from the rosy and happy to the rough and hard times (expressed in This love ya Nameless). Couples, you have some lessons to learn here, gather and huddle up.
TwennyEights – Slippin
I know Gengetone has infiltrated and saturated the market extensively such that we forgot we got some hard-hitting Hip Hop acts. Timmy Blanco and Twenny go hard on this short and sweet Trap record stamping their position in the game. The crew raps about the lavish lifestyle, having the game by the neck and their street rep. This is a bonafide Trap Jam.