10 Random Facts About Cassper Nyovest

Born Refiloe Maele Phoolo on 16 December 1990, Cassper Nyovest is one of the biggest hip hop artists from South Africa. He’s set to touch down the 254 for a performance on May 26th at Ngong Racecourse

“Watajua Hawajui”

These stunts are tired for someone as talented as Khaligraph. All he has to do is post a sick freestyle in the studio and the streets will buzz.

I end this with a quote I think should be on every studio wall, “Only good music is gonna last. All that other bullshit is here today and gone tomorrow.”

Where Are They Now? (Part 2)

cont from Part 1) Mr. Lenny’s voice was everywhere! Remember when T-Pain featured on every hook? That was Mr. Lenny for ya. He sang about every possible love situation you could think of. From singing about how crazy he was about a woman so it was possible she had given him “Juju” to being disappointed…

Where Are They Now? (Part 1)

Back in the day they ruled the airwaves. Whether it was multiple videos playing on the music show Mizizi on KBC TV, numerous awards or constant rotation on TV and radio, we can only wonder what happened to these stars responsible for shaping up the Kenyan entertainment scene in the late 90s and early 2000s.

New Releases You’ve Gotta Check Out!

It seems that 2018 is a Hip Hop year everywhere and Kenya isn’t going to be left behind. Needless to say, most artists including those on the come up have hit the ground running, releasing plenty records for your enjoyment.

Ruby’s Fave Five: ThrowBack Tracks

Growing up, music was my drug. Still is. I loved music so much that I had one of the best music books in school. Not only did they have the Young Nation cutouts, they also had the lyrics to some classic RnB songs which I wrote from my high school neighbor’s music book. To this…

10 Random Facts About Rick Ross

Rick Ross’ performance in the +254 has been subject of many discussions amongst Hip Hop lovers but once a list of his demands leaked (although denied), the rapper was talk of the entire city. Now he’s days away from setting foot into the country and whether you’re a fan or not, here are a few…

Album Review: Muthoni Drummer Queen’s “SHE”

Muthoni Drummer Queen is not a new name to the music industry. A business woman; the CEO of Blankets and Wine one of the most successful festivals in Eastern Africa and artist, she dropped her female inspired fourth studio album, SHE, in March 2018. The album was scheduled for release in 2017 but we all…

Album Review: Octopizzo’s “Next Year”.

Next Year is Octopizzo’s fourth studio album after Chocolate City (2015), “LDPC” (Long Distance Paper Chase-2016) and Refugeenius (2017). The 17-track LP was released on April 20th and features Nitasha Randhawa, Taio Tripper, K Green and Octopizzo’s daughter Tracy. The album art features a 10-year old Henry Ohanga’s family photo and it’s not hard to see that…