This episode includes two ladies who definitely add an interesting dimension to the conversation. Listen to them all discuss culture, language, hair (or lack thereof) and style. Join the Facebook page to make a comment or share an opinion.
There seems to be a fixation with Tusker beer. It might have something to do with where the conversation went. This week the guys talk about African porn (hmmm), why Africans in the Diaspora don’t like talking about their jobs, Public Displays of Affection (PDA to the cooler crowd) and the African man, and why…
Wenyeji are a group that have taken Kenya by storm. They have worked with Ken Ring and Nik Punk, and continue to build their following both in Kenya, and in the Diaspora. This is their video, Imagine. Enjoy. To learn more about them, visit their myspace page.
Dancing is such a great expression of emotions, in my opinion, and it is great to see the different ways that people express themselves. I stumbled on this video of different dance styles. Let’s see how many you know.
This has a great Swahili feel to it. I enjoy the mix of swahili style rhythm with the hip-hop elements and a dash of Euro-flair. Have fun.
This week’s video will be a tribute to singing in Kiswahili and Sheng (a mix of Kiswahili, other local languages, and English. This one is by K9 featuring D.N.A. Enjoy and have a blessed weekend.
Wahu recently won a MAMA award and this video gives you a glimpse into why.
Here is a video that I think all will enjoy. Ah, Abbas Kubaff is showing his skills again. Proud of him. And who is Baby G? She is hot! I guess it is time to find out more about her and let you all know. Here is the video. Enjoy and have a blessed weekend.
Abbass Kubaff a.k.a Doobeez has come out with yet another creative mix. This song is one that may just end up being a hit, but it’s up to you, the fans, to decide!!
This weeks video of the week is “Don’t Stop” by Ida Onyango. It has a little bit of the chakacha going! Enjoy