Crispy Fresh Music To Brighten Up Your Holiday Season

22 December of 2017 by

As 2017 comes to a close, it has been a great year in terms of musical output from the 254. We’ve had great content output, quality videos, and interesting collaborations. Let us take a look at what is trending hot in the 254 in terms of new music for the past week.

Nyashinski- Hayawani Part 2

This should be his 3rd release in 2017. After ‘Malaika’ and ‘Aminia’ which did extremely well in terms of reception, Nyashinski is closing out the year with ‘Hayawani’. The jams produced by the genius record producer Ceedo has a vintage vibe to it. Nyash comfortably sings-raps from a moral standpoint where he critiques the injustices happening in our society. He sings about greed, violence, corruption, patriotism, money and many more relatable topics. The record Hayawani is an interesting listen and has a reflective touch to it.

Mutoni Drummer Queen (MDQ)- Suzie Noma

Rapper, musician and entrepreneur MDQ has put in work for 2017 and the results are yielding. As she warms us up for her album, she released two singles, ‘Millon voices’ and ‘Kenyan Message’ which she later recharged it with a fire remix. Now she has ‘Suzie Noma’ out. An authentic kick and snare type of Hip Hop sound, and you can clearly feel this is a performance track. MDQ allures she got the game tops it with some seamless flow. The video is simplistic enough, shot from a dance routine practice in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Femi One Feat Kristoff- Luku Luku 

Musician Femi One has once again featured Kristoff on a new single, Luku Luku. The two have previously worked together on the hit Tippy Toe and Tippy Toe Remix. The pair understands the business of churning out club bangers and Luku is no different.
 
“Luku Luku is a feel-good song. Kristoff and I have great chemistry and working with him on this project was easy,”   Says Femi One. ” I like working with Femi One and when she asked me to do this project with her I did not hesitate,”  commented  Kristoff.
The song was produced by Ulopa Ngoma and the video directed by the talented Johnson Kyalo for Empire Films.

 

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