Crispy Fresh! Brand New Music This Week

We are headed to mid-January, and as you tread through the January blue, below are fresh hits from the 254 music kitchen that will surely spruce up your next KE music playlists.

Hera – Scar Mkadinali Ft Apesi

First on the list is Wakadinali member Scar who features singer Apesi in his latest release. Hera which is off Scar’s album Easy, is a genius blend of hard-core rap and smooth Dholuo music. Produced, mixed, and mastered by super-producer Ares 66, this song has a beautiful base that holds Scar’s bars and Apesi’s melodious sound well. In addition, the African-themed music video showcases beautiful African vixens and authentic style.

Bible Up – Eko Dydda

Rapper and singer Eko Dydda is back with another banger. Bible Up is Hip Hop Crunk Gospel song about the love and word of God. Its fire beat has an energetic tempo. Eko raps in his signature style in this song. Furthermore, the chorus has sing-along bars which are very catchy. Coupled with a simple but colorful music video, this song has the potential to be the next Gospel hit as fans are clearly feeling it.

Nafasi Tu – Wyre

Representing the Reggae front this week is Wyre with his latest song Nafasi Tu. This is a love song in which Wyre declares his love for his lady asking her to give him a chance to love. Produced by German producer Steve Ganja Man, Nafasi Tu is a testament that Wyre is still a GOAT as far as Reggae music is concerned.

Sweety Surprise Song – Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel is a master as far as song covers are concerned. Sweety Surprise Song is his rendition of the popular Sweetie Sweetie by Zabron Singers. In this version, Guardian Angel owns the song adding his own adlibs and tweaks. Besides, its beautiful music video features scenes from his recent wedding to his wife Esther Musila.

Mabawa – Juliani

Last but not least is Juliani’s Mabawa which is off his 4th Studio Album Masterpiece. The Utawala Hitmaker spews his lyrical talent switching tempos in the verses. Mabawa’s lyrics are thought-provoking and quite intense. Moreover, the beat which was produced by Musyoka is almost spiritual and the perfect base for Juliani’s verses.

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