Last week was hectic to say the least, everybody was indoors. The whole country was on the edge of their seat, we wanted to know who the next president will be. I mean, we wall knew who was going to win, but somehow there was still a level of suspense. Well, the art lives on no matter the state of the nation. Here are the artistes who were not phased by the state of the nation and dropped songs anyways, amazing songs btw.
Muddah is the definition of gangster, his sheng flows just make you wanna go to the hood and gotea every guy with dreadlocks. He comes through with a wavy new vibe, different from the hype tone of his earlier mix-tape, NAIROBI YOUTH. This is meditation music, but somehow leads you to want to turn up and bounce your head.
Muddah is signed to Lifetime Music, check their website http://www.lifetimemusic.co.ke for exclusive content.
Brian Simba is no stranger to the chart. This time he’s featured on psXch’s song, a trap feel with intricate flows. Listen for yourself.
Any track that references or is inspired by Juja is bound to make you turn up. We all know Juja is the sin-city of Kenya. Drugs, women and alcohol. This song captures that effortlessly. Nipatie beer tisa boss.
A long overdue collabo in my opinion. Fuzzkill and Kiwango on the same track is bound to leave you in jitters, goosebumps from Kiwango’s voice and eargasms from Fuzzkill’s production.
Nothing better to distract you from the political mood that some groovy afrocentric house vibes from Suraj. The vocals on this take you back to that beach in Diani during the 6AM NYE party.
Here’s the chart, listen for yourself: