Crispy Fresh! New Music From Kenyan Scene This Week!

The heat is picking up and so is the 254’s music scene. Bangers on bangers as far as new music is concerned. Below is the week’s wrap up of new music:

Bounce – Lexsil Ft Otile Brown

First on this list is the new Lexsil and Otile Brown collab. The song is an Afrobeat track fused with Bongo and RnB undertones. Laced with pure talent and dope vibes, this song is proof that Lexsil is one of Kenya’s most underrated music acts.

Khali Cartel 4 – Khaligraph Jones Ft Katapilla, Shekina Karen, Murasta, Achicho, Elisha Elai & Ben-C

Dropped after a lot of anticipation, this song is worth all the hype. It features Ordinare Challenge’s top 6 finalists Katapilla, Shekina Karen, Murasta, Achicho, Elisha Elai, and Ben-C. Khali Cartel 4’s narrative is based on a crime storyline in which Khaligraph plays the role of a top detective hunting down dangerous robbers. Everything from its audio to visuals production spews immense talent and fans are clearly loving it.

Diana – Willy Paul

Willy Pozze is back with a new hit dubbed Diana. The song is about the struggles of an unhappy man who suspects that he has been bewitched by his lover. The emotions of Diana are clear in Willy Paul’s vocals, the lyrics, and the music video.

Summer Bunny – Bensoul and Nviiri The Storyteller

Sol Generation signees have teamed up to make this beautiful love song. As usual, their divine vocals in this song are amazing to listen to. Its easy tempo, soulfulness, and duet verses are very refreshing.

Pull Up – King Kaka & Wakadinali

Representing the Hip Hop front this week is one of the most iconic music collaborations. Produced by super producer Ricco Beats, this jam is well layered with bars on bars in the verses and a catchy hook. Its music video is authentic. We have no doubt that its entire cast and crew had fun shooting it.

Properly – Nyashinski Ft Femi One

Yet another Hip Hop song and iconic collaboration, this song oozes mad energy. Both Nyashinski and Femi One deliver in their respective verses. Its dialogue-like chorus is very melodious and making it the perfect candidate for Kenya’s next anthem and/or club banger.

Rhumba Toto – Fancy Fingers

Off his solo project dubbed Father Studies, this song is overflowing with positive vibes. It has an amazing audio production that is well harmonized and mastered. Polycarp makes intentional fatherhood the new cool by featuring various Kenyan celebrity dads such as Abel Mutua and Daddy Marto in the visuals’ storyline. Rhumba Toto is proof that Polycarp can bust some moves too. Definitely the uplifting song of the week.

Fena Gitu – Back4th

Summing it up is Fena Gitu’s Back4th, and as usual, she never disappoints. This is a dancehall tune that will have you up on your feet dancing. Its women empowerment theme and the captivating chorus are perfect for jamming to with your girls or even daughters.

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