Over the past year, there has been a new young talent that has been rocking the airwaves. He came into the limelight during the COVID period and has not looked back since. The artists name is Trio Mio.
Trio Mio first came into the lime light with his hit song ‘’Cheza kama wewe’’. This became an instant hit and he even went to do a collabo with Mejja and Exray. The song has so far garnered over five million views.
And he has also produced some more songs with the likes of Fena Gitu and a rumored collabo with Khaligraph Jones is in the offing.
However unknown to many, there is also another high school student who is slowly getting ground in the Kenyan musical landscape. The young lady is known as Shanty Flames and is aged fifteen years. She is currently in form two.
Shanty Flame came into the limelight with her song ‘’kuja’’ which is currently doing well in YouTube. She has not done any major collaborations so far as her counterpart Trio but definitely she is headed for greatness.
Shanty Flames does the rap kind of music. She is likened to another artist who has been doing well for some time now, that is Sylvia Ssaru. Now you know.
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