Are you a Zilizopendwa fan? Then you have all reasons to smile after the famous 1978- founded Zilizopendwa Band Les Wanyika came to the limelight again after playing low-key for only God knows how long. The "Sina Makosa" Hit-maker band re-surfaced recently and they were hosted yesterday in Nation TV's weekly show "The Trend With Amina."
When you visit youtube today, you will find out that "Ni Wewe" Song is no longer found on YouTube. This is because youtube removed it after it had reached 2million views due to copyright reasons claimed by an interested party. The song is indeed a very good song that was produced by Producer Hunter(young Legendary) who is responsible for many Harmonize hits including; Hainistui, kushoto Kulia &Good.
The renowned boy band Les Wanyika has leveled allegations that Sauti Sol has sampled their music without obtaining permission. Her songs have been sampled more than time without her consent by the band Les Wanyika, who are most known for their single "Sina Makosa." She has not earned any royalties as a result of Les Wanyika's use of her songs in their music.
Benga was a beloved genre by kenyans due to its authentic guitarist sounds and instruments used in different Kenyan cultures.Nairobi attracted a lot of musicians at the time and this led to blooming of Kenyan legends celebrated to date.Here are some of the iconic figures of that time. 1.Daudi Kabaka. The Kenyan music icon passed away in 2001 but had already set a footprint in kenyan music.He gifted Kenya with magical tunes such as Msichana wa elimu,Pole Musa ,Bachelor boy and Harambee Harambee. 2.Les Wanyikas.