Kenyans have taken to social media to demand a new song from Genge sensation Major Nameye Khadija popularly known as Mejja.
Mejja has been instrumental in the Kenyan entertainment industry and is among the legends who have stayed long in the game.
Mejja's prowess in storytelling and writing songs that can be related by everyone has earned a name and his signature tumbler has topped it up.
Kenyans have been asking him to venture into tumbler business but he said he is not ready yet.
Kenyans just celebrated the end of curfew after President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted it during the Mashujaa Day celebrations on Wednesday.
The curfew which ran for a year ended with Kenyans storming clubs and bars to quench their thirst without worrying about breaking the dusk to dawn measures.
With that, Kenyans want Mejja to drop another party song to celebrate this weekend.
Here are some reactions:
KEYLAH: Mejja in the studio right now trying to beat the deadline set by fans
NICK: Mimi nshaoga nikavaa nguo safi already am just waiting
DW: The flow, his music reflects kenya culture, he is a good story teller, he brings art in a way one understands
Black swan: Okownkwo. Mr tumbler. Here we are asking for a big banger.
What is your favorite Mejja song?
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