Taking to her Twitter page, the ‘Love Song’ hitmaker revealed that the two artists were just a few from the Kenyan market that she was planning to incorporate in her ‘Pamoja’ album.
Pamoja will be the Jamaican’s eight album since she started her career having previously released The Strong One, Free Expressions, Better Tomorrow, I Rise, Reggae Forever, Dimensions and Gemini.
The bold project looks to marry the Jamaican sounds with those from Africa. The project which has already featured Vybze Kartel, Stonebwoy, Wezi and Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, will drop later this year.
Kenyans received Etana’s revelations with excitement with many taking to her comment section to flout some of the local artists she should include in her new project.
Kucheey: Kudos. Hope @STIVO_BOY is among others. He’s our most outstanding musician right now If by any chance have Ben Githae in that album, don’t and please drop EVER He’s a gospel musician turned materialistic sold kenyans with his hit “Tano tena” (5 more years).
Praiz: there’s Mejja do you know Okwonko? He never dissapoints.
Wanyama: Don’t forget a big name like Embarambamba
Teargas: Kama sio . mejja aka. Okwongo! Sisi kama wagenge Pana skiza kelele za chura!
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