We are on the tail end of the freezing month of July and I am glad we are done with it. With the pandemic still looming it is hard to believe we are in the 3rd quarter of the year. We trust and hope you are keeping safe as well as protecting those that you love. Welcome to this week’s installation of the brand new music. We focus on what is hot and bubbling in the 254.
Willy Paul Feat Bien (Sauti Sol) – Kamati Ya Roho Chafu
This is the dream collabo Willy Paul has been teasing his fans about for a hot minute. The Ex-Gospel star teamed up with Bien from Sauti Sol and they deliver a fire trade of vocals on this record. Bien brings his swag, and intriguing baritone on the verse and bridge. The infectious short jam will leave you pressing rewind below.
Bey T – Ndio
It has been a minute since we heard from young East African Bey T. On this new record she is expressing the importance of pure hustle and grind alongside the importance of disregarding hate & negative criticism. Her cadence and flow make her music an easy listen albeit having a repetitive slow in all her jams. Check out her new single below.
Otile Brown Feat Kidum – Leilah
Another video from Otile Brown and performed by him and the legendary Kidum. Leilah is the 4th official video off of the debut album, Just In Love. The two crooners trade vocals singing about a lover and it is a great sing-song duet. If you were searching for a perfect collaboration, look no more – playlist this record. The video storyboard tells a better story about the record.
Exray, DJ Deklack, Tileh Pacbro, Pita Scarlet, Shornarwa – Stingo
Every week we have to highlight a trendy Gengetone record and this week we have Boondocks gang promoting one of their top member – Exray with ‘Stingo’. He teams with a dance crew that delivers moves as he raps about different styles he gets girls with. The silver lining on the jam is an audio clip from a lady on Instagram complaining. Check out the video below.