Kenya's Most Played: October Edition


The most played tracks of October come from heavy hitmakers such as Nadia Mukami, Khaligraph Jones, King Kaka and a few others. Here is a compilation of the biggest tracks out of Kenya right now.

Nadia Mukami ft. Sanaipei Tande - Wangu

The African Popstar, Nadia Mukami joins forces with Sanaipei Tande for a rhythmic new single by the title "Wangu".Using fluent Swahili lyricism, the pair join their mellow voices and soothing melodies to sing in the persona of a lady who proudly assert that her significant other is hers and only hers.

Centered around two women asserting dominance over their shared lover, the official music video showcases the said ladies showing off their beautiful features in a bid to keep this man.

Khaligraph Jones - Kwenda

Khaligraph Jones makes a statement on his hit single titled, "Kwenda". The bountiful rapper sends out a message to his critics as well as the Music Copyright Society of Kenya for their dishonest dealings with Kenyan artists.

The official music video showcases Khaligraph with his gang sending out their message with appearances from other major Kenyan artists including Sauti Sol, Tanasha Donna, Fena Gitu, King Kaka and many more.

H_art The Band ft. Khaligraph Jones - Watabonga

Khaligraph Jones makes a double appearance on this months Most Played tracks. The prolific rapper joins H_art The Band on a soulful track dubbed "Watabonga".

This uplifting track serves as a proclamation of love to your partner amidst all the noise, drama, rumors,and hurdles. It symbolises a re-affirmation that you will always choose them no matter the circumstance.

Nyashinski - Serious

Multidisciplinary artist, Nyashinski comes through with a hot track by the title "Serious". He releases with an upbeat club-starter where he expresses his authentic views on love in the modern world.

The official music video showcases two contemporary dancers expressing the emotions strongly felt in the song.

Pascal Tokodi ft. King Kaka - You

Pascal Tokodi joins King Kaka for a thoughtful love song titled "You". The pair put together King Kaka's swift rap flows to Pascal's harmonious vocals as they serenade their significant other offering words of assurance about their love.

Shot by Jijo Drumbeats, the official music video showcases two lovers as they reminisce on the day they dedicated their lives to one another.

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