Week 4: What Happened? Here Are Some Stories That You might have Missed

We are only one week away from a new month, week 4, August 25. A lot has happened in our local industry and KenyanVibe has covered most of it, if not all. Here is your weekly recap:

1. The Kenya Fashion Awards 2018 To Focus on “Fashion Meets Art”

The Kenya Fashion Awards looks to honor and celebrate outstanding excellence in the fashion industry and has unveiled its nominees for the year 2018, in what will be its sixth chapter.

This year’s theme is “Fashion Meets Art” and will be looking to underscore the symbiotic relationship that exists between the two.

2. RnB Crooner Kenny Lattimore Set For The 254!

After Chronixx and US stars Keri Hilson, Bobby V and Horace Brown visited the country and gave Kenyans thrilling performances, Kenny Lattimore – the original “Mr Steal Your Girl’ will be here – sooner than you think. The man who had hearts racing years ago will be on stage at the Carnivore on the 29th of September.

3. Crispy Fresh: The Latest From The Kenyan Music Scene This Week

Sample the best music released last week by artists such as Khaligraph Jones, Sauti Sol and Nyashinski’s “Tujiangalie” and Lon Jon Feat Kelma Shiko – Niambie.

4.  Gidi Gidi And Maji Maji To Make Historic Comeback After 16 Years

After 16 years, popular duo Gidi Gidi and Maji Maji are back.

The two artists who are behind such hits as Unbwogable and Ting Badi Malo released in the early 2000s, are set to reunite during the Safaricom Twaweza Live concert at the Kisumu Show Ground on Saturday, August 25.

5. Brand New: Bobby Mapesa & Calvo Mistari Ft. Sage: “Master”

Listen to the brand new jam from Sage, Bobby Mapesa and Calvo Mistari. Sage was pretty excited after doing this project.

“Working with Calvo and Bobby Mapesa was great because they are like big brothers in the industry to me and Calvo and I have been friends for a long time,” adding, “ I love hip hop too so this should be a nice one for my fans.’’

6. Sauti Sol’s new hit ‘Tujiangalie’ received with mixed reactions.

Sauti Sol and Nyashinski drop a politically charged social-conscious jam that reflects on our new age political atmosphere has garnered both love and hate in equal measure but it is a trending topical issue just a day after its release.

7.  The Best Revolutionary Jams From Kenyan Acts

Take a look at some of the classic jams that were speaking on the political climate in Kenya.

8. Kenyan entertainers bash promoters for discrimination.

Kenyan artists are not happy with promoters.

“So listen and listen very carefully,” Akothee told them.  “Don’t expect to treat me like a local. If you can’t afford me, Please don’t even ring my phone because I will embarrass you.”

Singer Rufftone addresses pertinent issues affecting the country on a brand new song #SaveTheWorldByRufftoneMust-have on your playlist! https://youtu.be/tQAvSmX56cw

Posted by KenyanVibe on Wednesday, August 15, 2018

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