The month of June is blessed with lots of uplifting feel good music from Kenya. Explore the current most played tracks that you need to get your hands on from favourite artists including; Masauti, Khaligraph Jones, Sauti Sol and a few others.
Masauti ft. Tanasha Donna - Liar
Masauti joins forces with Tanasha Donna for a refreshing single titled, "Liar".
They bring together their symphonic vocals to tell the compelling story of a man in pursuit of a lover who in turn is hesitant due to her belief that he is a liar giving her empty promises.
The cat and mouse chase between Masauti and Tanasha is perfectly illustrated in the official music video along with eye-catching scenes shot at the Kenyan Coast.
Burna Boy ft. Sauti Sol - Time Flies
The African giant; Burna Boy teams up with Kenya's favourites; Sauti Sol for an uplifting collaboration titled, "Time Flies".
The undeniable synergy is felt between the stars on this track with layered vocals, groovy melodies and hard hitting rhythms not forgetting Fela Kuti influences strongly felt from Burna Boy.
Bahati - Naanza Tena
Bahati debuts a heartfelt new single by the title, "Naanza Tena".
Bahati showcases his versatility on this track as he sings to God about restarting his journey as is the track's title when translated from Swahili.
He also comes through with the official music video in which he has a bad dream where he loses all those who have been with him throughout his journey to insinuate that he must start again from scratch.
Khaligraph Jones - Lwanda Magere Legacy
Rap legend; Khaligraph Jones is back with another hot release titled "Lwanda Magere Legacy".
The respected rapper brings his rhythm and flow to speak on his takeover plan as well as his two cents concerning the new age African rap game claiming that the rap game isn't what it used to be.
He also drops the music video with Nairobi; the city he represents, as his backdrop together with a special feature from his adorable daughter.
Ethic - Dondoka
Kenya's pioneering Gengetone group; Ethic debuts yet another hit track titled "Dondoka".
The track carries signature hard hitting beats on which they layer their head bopping rap flows and a catchy hook to tie it all together.
They also debut the official music video on which they showcase Kenya's matatu culture as well as impressive choreography from the Kenyan youth.