This year’s first edition of Blankets and Wine proved that Africans are Africans no matter where we are. The show was opened by a number of eclectic artistes from the country. Janice Iche, Kahvinya, Trina Meka Mungai, Ciano Maimba, Kerby and Mvroe and a couple of other promising up and comers in the industry held the crowd down before Nneka, Fena and AKA graced the stage. Nneka’s set was sombre but probing, Fena’s was peppered by performances from her collaborators and AKA’s was lively and moving, “I count each and every one of you as a blessing because without you there would be no me,” he said before wrapping up.
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