It seems like just the other day we were starting September. Now, we are a week away from a new month.
It’s Saturday, September 22, a lot has happened in our local industry and KenyanVibe has covered most of it, if not all. Here is your weekly recap:
She was recently at the FIT – travelling back home, so to speak, to talk about her experience so far, and how much she has been able to build, from her time as an international student.
The Kenya Fashion Awards (KFA) an initiative which honors and celebrates outstanding performance and excellence in the fashion industry last weekend held its 4th edition of NextGen Fashion Weekend at the Michael Joseph Center.
Considered by some to be a dying medium, shows written, directed and performed by a young generation of Kenyan talent is helping to raise its profile – and the profile of those who engage in it.
4. What You Need To Know About The Connected Kenya Summit 2018.
— KenyanVibe (@KenyanVibe) September 21, 2018
The 5th edition of the Riverwood Award gala went down on Saturday 15th at the Acacia Hotel in Kisumu and it was splendid. This was the first time the gala was held outside Nairobi since its inception.
Just months after veteran musician Nonini quit his role as the Chairman for Performers Rights Society of Kenya (PRISK), he has scored a major deal from Safaricom.
The team behind the film Rafiki should really never have been put in this position – that of waiting till the last possible minute to know whether their piece of art would be allowed the opportunity for consideration to the Oscars – the largest event in film across the world.
— Rafiki Movie (@rafikimovie) September 21, 2018
Kenyan dancehall legend Redsan has been a trending topic for the last few days after he attacked his producer.
It’s not a secret Julie Gichuru is a huge fan of Hip hop. By Hip hop here we mean Old-school hip hop and not the new age Trap music kids are obsessed with nowadays
She’s 44 years old and is among the many from generation X that enjoyed the Golden age hip hop in the mid/late 1980s and early 1990s.
— KenyanVibe (@KenyanVibe) September 16, 2018
Jamaican reggae star Omar Riley aka Tarrus Riley, known for his sweet melodies reverbed on his reggae hits is ready to hit the 254 for the fourth time. His first performance was at the Carnivore back in 2012 and it was a good vibe. The next two trips were just a waste of time with Mickey mouse promoters failing to deliver.