Kenya’s Most Played: September Edition
The Kenyan hits of the month this September bless you with uplifting rhythms and all rounded good vibes. Explore the most played tracks of the month from your favourites such as Willy Paul, Nyashinski, Nviiri The Storyteller and a few more hard hitters.
Willy Paul ft. Avril – Coco
Willy Paul makes a comeback with a new track titled “Coco” on which he features the beautiful Avril. The pair bring all the romance to this single as they passionately sing about being irresistibly in love with their significant other.
The official music video is all about passion and romance as the stars each give us a glimpse of their love lives and how deeply smitten they are.
Boondocks Gang ft. Kansoul – Hainistui
Successful Gengetone group; Boondocks Gang team up with Genge pioneers The Kansoul on their latest debut “Hainishtui”.
The rap group do it for the culture on this number with their use of local dialect, relatable rhymes and bopping Gengetone beats to affirm that they are not afraid.
Tanasha Donna – Na Wewe (Avec Toi)
Tanasha Donna brings forth an enchanting new single titled “Na Wewe (Avec Toi)”. She debuts a suave Bongo Flava melody with subtle Afropop influences on which she sings sweetly to her lover letting them know her most sincere feelings about their union.
Tanasha also releases a virtiual concert experience for the official music video featuring a symphonic band and a soothing ambiance.
Naiboi ft. Nyashinski – Black
Fulfilling Kenyan rappers, Naiboi and Nyashinski release a hot collaboration titled “Black” where they go back to back dropping flaming rap flows about black culture and all its excellence.
Its an all back affair in the official music video as Naiboi and Nyashinski embracing their melanin as well as their stylish outfits clearly looking like they are made of money.
Nviiri The Storyteller ft. Ray Gee – Lesotho
Nviiri The Storyteller gains traction after the release the official music video for his nostalgic hit “Lesotho” featuring Ray Gee.
In the spirit of good vibes, the stars go out into the wilderness to shoot this visual showcasing fun road trips and impeccable views which are perfectly fit to this song’s body moving rhythms.
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