Today,the world has become rotten with people who have decided to aimlessly take away other people's lives.Different countries struggle to curb this vice but it is completely difficult to eradicate it in nearly all the countries. Currently in Kenya,there has been a growing concern on the rampant killings witnessed almost daily as a result of domestic violence's or as a result of normal criminal activities .Very many people have innocently lost their lives for no good reason with the children missing rampantly.
Kenyan musician and music philanthropist Krg The Don has gifted uncounted amount of money to the talented trio music group Mbuzi Gang upon his first meeting with them this Friday and promised to cash out Kshs200k to each artist (Approx. $5500) in total if they work on two projects with him and drop them concurrently.
The dancehall genre has been on the low for quite sometime especially in Kenya. Chosen Bwoy is determined to put this genre back where it’s supposed to be; the top. The boy from South MG is an album composed of his songs with beats from the best producers around.
Kenyan gengetone trio Mbuzi Gang collaborates with Ugandan Artist Fik Fameica Unveiling New Music video 'Bambi'. The song is dubiously making its way into the heart of listeners. Uganda’s popular and trending music artiste Fik Fameika, a signed member of Fresh Gang came through to be a part of the movement.
The successful and popular American based Record Label, Black Market Records, announced its latest signee, Boondocks Gang a Kenyan recording and performing group consisting of Xray, Odi wa Murang’a and Maddox. Boondocks Gang was discovered by Cedric the founder & CEO of Black Market Records during an online search for talents to be signed under the label and he was amazed by their amazing style of music (Gengetone) that attracts over One Million views on YouTube. In a statement, the group expressed excitement,
Gengetone super rap group last week debuted with a new song "Chebukati" which featured rapper Majirani who had taken a musical hiatus. The group which is among the top musical groups in Kenya,was recently signed to Black Market records.The record label has been a force to reckon with as it has supported most Gengetone artsits churning hits after hits and uplifting artists signed under them. Sailors gang are under fire after debuting "Chebukati" with the label and this has led to the song being pulled down
There have been reports of women losing their children while giving birth with claims that nurses are stealing children to sell them. Last month,'BBC Africa Eye' has run an expose on the black-market trade for babies in Nairobi. Adama,a 29 year old says that she never imagined she would reach a point of selling her child. Life was easy when growing up. When her parents passed she was forced to drop out of school to help her grandmother support her siblings. "Life became so hard then. I had to drop out of school
Simon Kasoke (Junior Gentle) is a young talented artist and music producer who was raised and bred in Mbarara City, Uganda. He grew up from a religious family, his father being a Church Pastor. He is a versatile artist who has a taste for RnB, HipHop, Rap and Gospel music. In 2017, he professionally started music by recording an RnB song titled "In plan" which featured other young rappers. And in 2018, he recorded a dancehall track "Oruchina" in his native language 'Runyankore' which was produced by T.O.N beats.
The famous gengetone singers Sailors are counting losses after their fallout with former Manager Mwalimu Rachel. During an interview the singers said that they had to open a new YouTube channel after their former Manager denied them access to their old YouTube account. The group claimed that Mwalimu Rachel demanded more than a million shillings from them when they parted ways. She was their manager for the past two years, she knew the passwords to all their social media accounts and they could not come up with
Coronavirus as changed people's lifestyle and many families are finding it hard to keep up with the protective measures. Black market for used gloves and masks from hospitals as emerged thus risking people's lives instead of protecting them. Indian police is battling the emerging black market. People are opting for cheap protective gears for coronavirus. Police men in Navi Mumbai said," They sourced nearly 35 tonnes of used gloves from different hospitals and we're preparing to sell it to dealers at throwaway