The Plot sizzles at Ngong Racecourse


The Plot has firmly secured its place as the biggest and the best show of the year so far. With a 90s line up and an Ogopa reunion on the cards, the hype was real. The show opened with heavy hitter DJ Adrian on the decks. He held the crowd down with numerous old school tunes for nearly 2 hours while the acts warmed up.

‘Kapuka’ group Habib and Manga veritably appeared out of the blue and started right away on their biggest and best hits. Which was followed by Mr Lenny, Amani and Nyashinski, Big Pin and Colonel Mustapha giving all of us the Ogopa hit we were all longing for.

Singer Mya was a real stand out and should have even received top billing for the night. Whichc is not to say the other performers did not do a great job, but she deserves props. She put an all-out show. She sang, she danced, she covered songs, she used a Kenyan guitarist, her DJ and dancers were in top form; it was a sensuous exciting set. She even performed on of her new singles and it was great.

Ginuwine did ‘Pony’ which of course was what everyone was waiting for but his set was more interesting for the fact that he interacted with the female members of the audience. Flinging his sweaty towel and a couple of roses their way.

112, although were pretty great, they were definitely one of the weaker performances of the night. Daron Jones carried the group granted Michael Keith seemed to be having a great time on stage. Their DJ also received complaints from the crowd for having the sound turned up too high.

All in all it was one of the greatest shows the country has ever seen and we can’t wait for The Plot next year.

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