Kenya's Most Played Tracks: June Edition
June has been a spectacular month for music in Kenya. From Afrobeat to Gengetone, artists such as Tanasha Donna, Ethic, Otile Brown have great music in store for you this month.
Tanasha Donna - Sawa
Tanasha Donna released a new hit single titled, "Sawa".
The singer comes through with euphoric vibes on this Afropop track which she explained is a song that represents love, peace and unity, to remind you to love yourself those around you.
She also released an ecstatic music video carrying warm and vibrant as she goes around spreading love and merry.
Bahati - Wa Nani (Toto Si Toto)
Controversial Gospel artist; Bahati dropped a new single by the title "Wa Nani (Toto Si Toto)".
The talented singer dedicates this romantic love song to his wife Diana Marua about how blessed he is to have her as his wife. He goes ahead to showcase exactly how much he loves his wife in the official music video where he gently serenades her as they showcase their love for one another.
Otile Brown ft. Meddy - Dusuma
RnB singer; Otile Brown debuts the official music video for his new single "Dusuma" which features talented vocalist; Meddy.
This track carries melodious symphonies as the gifted stars sing about being in love with a significant other together with a creatively curated visual to ensure social distancing during the global Corona Virus pandemic.
'Dusuma' comes off of Otile Brown's latest debut "Just In Love" The Album.
Ethic - Staga Niki Medi
One of the pioneers of Gengetone music; Ethic debuted a hot single dubbed "Staga Niki Medi".
The rappers continue to represent their city's Hip Hop culture; flaunting their impressive flow and wordplay as well as a mix of street dance and epic scenes from their local neighborhood for the official music video.
Matata - Ruracio
Fast rising Genegtone group; Matata debut a fresh new single titled "Ruracio".
The rappers come through with a Hip Hop single on which they spit consecutive bars about bride price or dowry which is still a very prevalent custom in most African societies.
They paired their debut with an aesthetically pleasing music video in which they happen to be robbing a distinguished art gallery while simultaneously carrying out a dance number.