Lyric Lab – Watch out Kenya 125 is coming to get you

Lyric Lab – Watch out Kenya 125 is coming to get you

125 ft Didge – VICHECHE

Watch out Kenya 125 is coming to get you. The boy band recruited crooner Didge for this understated yet effective jam to tide you over Valentine’s. ‘It’s a song by a male to a loved one/wife reassuring her of his love to her is never ending, despite all the women around,’ the band describes and despite the well-worn subject matter this song still feels fresh and new. Didge also manages to hold his own against these young upstarts.

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Dela – Paza Sauti

It feels like Dela is working a mile a minute. She’s releasing new material at supersonic speed, but it’s all good. It’s an election year and she wants you to make sure your voice is heard. ‘Paza Sauti’ which is in collaboration with the NiShow Power movement, is a reminder that the youth should stand up and be counted, simply because they can.

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Muthoni the Drummer Queen – MINE

MDQ hasn’t released any new videos in a minute so ‘MINE’ was welcome with open arms. Here’s the thing though, ‘MINE’ is only over a minute long but is so much ‘art’ that it goes right over our heads. There’s no denying MDQ’s talent or uniqueness and the way that she brings something much needed to the music industry but a song no matter how high art, should basically sound ‘good.’ Anyway it’s all a preamble for her new album and that we are so here for.

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