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HERE IS OUR LIST OF TOP 5 KENYAN SONGS THIS WEEK

It has been a great month for the Kenyan music industry. It seems like the #PlayKeMusic did some magic. Several Kenyan artists have released song great this month and we just hope that the trend continues. Here are our top 5 songs that you should be listening to this week.

  1. Nitembee Na Wewe – Size 8 Reborn

Size 8 aka Mama Wambo has been quite for a while musically and it seems she has not been sleeping. Nitembee na wewe is a prayer that she will walk with God all the time no matter the circumstances. The audio, done by the talented Bern Mziki is catchy while the video, directed by Ivan, is worth every second your time.

2. Karma – Festus Mwenda

I know this might come as a shocker to many. Who is Festus Mwenda? Well, Festus Mwenda is a Kenyan artist/choreographer based in Norway. The song Karma is about re-writing your wrongs. The video is shot in black and white and apart from some nice slowmo and transitions, you will definitely love the choreography. If you are a hiphop lover, then you need to check this song.

3. Kidonda – Iddi Singer

The award winning RnB artist Iddi Singer is back and this time with a track called Kidonda. In this track recorded at Kubwa Studios and shot by Ricky Becko, Iddi talks of a love wound.

4. Tumaini- Joyce Omondi

Joyce Omondi is that artist who gives you something and leaves you yearning for more. In this song written from the Book of Jeremiah 29:11 done my the legendary Dominc Khaemba and shot by Trey Juelz, Joyce comes out with powerful vocals. Tumaini is that song you just want to listen in the morning when you wake up or when you just want to relax and think of the goodness of the Lord.

5. Noraita – Vickyoung x Miggy Champ

I don’t understand any Kisii but this song is just something. You will definately love it if watch the video. Its like throwback of some sort. Funny and worth watching if you just want a good time.

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