Ulikuwa gig ya Hillsong? I nod my head and reply with, a ‘Tekno yawa’. Sorry, YAWA is actually a title to one of Tekno’s tracks and to be honest I didn’t even know that there was a Hillsong gig in the 254 over the weekend. Well I won’t talk of the giffy Tekno performance and all the drama that came with it. But honestly why would you expect so much from a man with song titles like GO, WHERE, WASH, PANA, BE, DIANA and SAMANTHA?
Well, one man’s meat is another man’s poison, while we heckled Dj Creme and Tekno for wasting our hard earned cash and a night in the cold, the concert brought senses to our heads. It just reminded us that our Kenyan musicians are way better than the Naija artistes we worship. With it also came the great news, CAMPMULLA REUNION! What a night!
While we are all happy with the Campmulla vibe the question is how long will this last? It is not like they are the first ones to promise great things after a reunion. Secondly, are concerts a way of bringing back bands that have separated? Remember Yetu Festival? When Shinski and his former group were all brought to the same stage?
We can only hope for so much hoping that the album will be worth their long silence and break from the music scene, the Nyashinski kinda thing, you get what I mean? Otherwise wakirudi na the songs like those of Mr. Nice when he got back into the industry, WE WILL HAIL THEM NO MORE! With the advancement and growth in the industry as a whole, as a Campmulla fan I can acertain that our spirits are high.
Releasing a song has never been a problem but the question is, why does it take long for musicians in Kenya to release a music video? Is it that most artiste conform to this trend by joining the ‘si wengine pia bado’ camp or is it the lack of mulla that keeps them waiing until the gigs from the audios pay off? Speaking of that Sanaipei released her Amina single 8 months ago and has come to release the video a fortnight ago and it is AMAZING if it is anything to go by. Now this morning, Kenya’s female Mc, Noti Flow has dropped a video of her track KAMATIA, 9 months after she had teased it as an intro of her diss track, FOREHEAD. Watch the video here
Meanwhile, nmeenda kususpport Kenyan Music. Peace out!