Decimal Records set to take over Kenyan music industry

PHOTOS/ANYIKO PR Decimal Records set to take over Kenyan music industry
  • Decimal Records is a Kenyan record label run by label executives;Eric Musyoka and Bon’eye in Nairobi
  • With the aim of creating vibrant and dynamic music, Decimal Records’ artistes will shift the perception of the look and feel of modern-day African stars born and bred in Kenya
  •  Eric Musyoka and Bon’eye are orchestrating Kenya’s premiere record label to produce the next generation of creative and business oriented artistes

Decimal records officially re-launched at the Michael Joseph Centre in a star studded affair hosted by label executives; legendary producer Musyoka and rapper Bon’eye. They unveiled the label’s newly signed artistes Brian Nadra, Konkodi and Jack Rooster with a brand new vision for their careers. Performances from all the artistes were put up on stage as a sneak peek into the future of the reborn record label.

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Speaking at the launch, Eric Musyoka who serves as a founding member and partner at Decimal Records said, “It’s been 20 years since the idea of Decimal was born so at 20 we have know-how and can relate to the old school and new era of music business,” adding, “and with Bon’eye, Brian Nadra, Konkodi and Jack Rooster – the goal is to produce quality and great music and see them reap the fruits of their success in music business.”

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