The Music Industry, by Akishah

Wedding Bells

Hot Wife
On Monday 28th June 2010, Talia Oyando tied the knot with Ezekiel Onyango at the Attorney generals chambers but plans to do it formally are still on. Only a few people attended the ceremony. We wish the couple all the best!

Bongo kashikana Na Genge: Jua Kali’s 1st bongo collabo

The king of Genge crossed the border to dares salaam to do a collabo with Bwana Misosi famed for the tracks ‘heshima nitoke vipio’, mabinti wa kitanga’ and ‘heshima’ ft Redsan.The new song goes by the name ‘huezi jua’ ft jua Kali.The song was recorded at the Fisharab Records and was produced by Lamar. This is what we mean by East Africa Community integration.

 Own a part of Namless!

His wardrobe at least….we all know who owns him. Guys were to bid for Nameless’s glasses, I mean sunglasses, at the music for hemophiliacs second annual fundraising dinner held on 26th June at the Carnivore grounds for a whooping ksh.15000 as the starting bid price. His durag was set to begin at ksh.5000.OMG! Can’t wait to see his new look. You had better look good to rock ma world (plus the chic fans).Point of note though, the sunglasses were bought for ksh.60000, Yes most of our salaries, not monthly but several months. What the…..!!???

Deceptions: A true Kenyan soap opera revelation

Baby Mama??

It came as a rude shock that our very own prominent artist, Nazizi: 1st lady of Kenyan rap, has been married for the past 2years!!More surprise are in store as it is rumored that early last month (June), the singer delivered a bouncing baby boy who was named Kamar .Jesus Christ! Who saw this coming??

Anywho congratulations to mama Kamar!In related news, she hinted that a single by Necessary Noise is going to be released in the near future.

Karma (Eunice Kamau) wedded
you may kiss the bride

It seems like the perfect season/year to get married if you’re a Kenyan female celebrity especially a singer. The bootylicious and highly talented singer Karma famed for the hit collabo ’Tatizo’ got married to a Mr. Francis waruhati much to the disappointment of all her male fans and admirers. The wedding took place at NPC woodly while the reception was held at the Nairobi chapel grounds. All young men who had eyes for her will now have to forever hold their peace.We wish the newlyweds all the best and hope to hear some new songs from the singer.

Gramps Morgan Live in concert at the Carnivore!

Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage is set to visit Kenya soon, actually on 10th July 2010 at the renowned Carnivore grounds. He will be featuring his band at the charity show organized by Hands across Kenya and the dohty family. Sources have confirmed that he will be arriving on 8th June 2010.

The East African Connection

Sometime ago when Sean Kingston was in Africa, he claimed to have admired AY’s work and he said that he would like to work with him. AY has further confirmed that they will be doing a collabo with Kingstone in the near future.Way to go AY!

Is Ray C an energizing drink?


Tanzanian singer Ray C is going to be the new face of a Kenyan energy drink which will be launched soon. She revealed this during one of her performances’ am all for the EAC spirit but the question is, couldn’t the makers not find a Kenyan female singer to promote the Kenyan drink to a Kenyan market.(Hope they are getting the drift here).Tough luck for the energy drink company but good bargain for Ray C,she will be smiling all the way to the bank.

Wassup guys? It’s been disturbing me how Kimathi University has lacked ways in which it can nurture people’s talents. I know many people can sing, dance or involve themselves in different activities that concern arts especially music like deejaying.

We should take the initiative of coming up with ways in which we could improve on our talents. I personally would encourage people to come together, talk on ways we can change’ Kimathi music industry’ (hope it will come into existence soon).I know there is no single person who doesn’t like money, and through music there can be cash inflow and I have witnessed it. People come from scratch and have made it for themselves through music.

It’s time we took or stand and decided on what our future will be in our music industry not only in Kenya but also internationally. Let’s start with the little we can and I know we’ll go far with all our efforts put together.

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Posted on July 6, 2010, in KimathiUniversity. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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