Crispy Fresh: What’s Sizzling In The 254 Music Space

We are edging close to the end of January and as per the weekend drill, here are some of the trending tracks in the 254 music space.

Trouble- Fena

Kenya’s leading female artist Fena Gitu debuts “TROUBLE”her first single of 2018. ‘Trouble’ is a mid-tempo, Afro-pop club banger produced by iLogosMusic, the producer behind the 2017 massive hit “Doing Her Thing Tho”. In it, seemingly tired of being single, Fena describes a passionate, if not ‘dangerous’, romance. Fresh off their massive success of “Doing Her Thing Tho”, Briizy DJ of Lucid Visuals and Fena team up again to create stunning visuals for it. The video, starring popular TV host Martin Kimathi and natural beauty Esther Wangoi, is a modern-day fantasy love tale between two strangers. It takes us on an imaginary romantic journey with undeniable chemistry between the two.

Voloyoom- Nameless
Nameless is back with a new banger titled Voloyoom – a twisted wordplay for Volume. Taking up a classic feel-good Kapuka sound, Nameless delivers with some interesting lyrics as he tries to appease his perturbed girlfriend in a club. In a bid to calm her down, he asks the DJ, who was just about to shut down his sound to help him out by increasing the volume to the music, because his girlfriend is a big fan of Afro-pop. The Jam is produced by Mainswitch and Video directed by VJ One.
Nakupenda- Le Band Feat Khaligraph
The boy band has been silent since the last release of the jam “Mututho”. This time around its only right they open up the year with a great collaboration with the man of the moment Khaligraph Jones. “Nakupenda” is an emotionally expressive joint that is sonically perfect and well done. Khaligraph also tones down his usual anger and huff to speak to the ladies and it is magical. The jam is produced by Sofresh while the video is shot by  Moses Osidiana of Brainwork films.



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