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‘Men Can Lie’ By Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina & Ssaru Causes Rapture In E. Africa

 

By Isaac Tugume

Vic West has since ignited an inferno across East Africa with his volatile banger dubbed ‘Men Can Lie’, an all-star collabo featuring Teslah, Sylvia Ssaru, and Brandy Maina.

A very scintillating Afrobeat tune, ‘Men Can Lie’ is the song that’s not only trending on airwaves but has also become a point of discussion among music analysts across Africa.

This is mainly because besides being a volatile banger, ‘Men Can Lie’ is a track that tends to root for women empowerment and emancipation, which perhaps explains why over 288K fans are already streaming the video on YouTube.

‘Men Can Lie’ was made in such a way that each verse in the song echoes the diverse musical background and exceptional creativity of its creators, a combination of which makes it so irresistible.

Indeed, when Vic West, Teslah, Ssaru, and Brandy Maina set out to work on this project, little did they know that it would turn out to be explosive as it is, and because of this, ‘Men Can Lie’ has since taken the Kenyan music scene by storm.

Dive straight into the revelations of the lies men tell women by tapping the link above to stream the video on YouTube!

 

 

 

‘Kwa Bar’ By Odi wa Muranga ft. Fathermoh & Harry Craze Still Trending In Kenya, Boasts Over 3.6M Views

 

 

 

By Isaac Tugume

Gengetone star Odi Wa Muranga’s chartbuster tune ‘Kwa Bar’, which features Fathermoh and Harry Craze, is still rocking the Kenyan party scene, and is trending not only on the airwaves but also in nightclubs, bars, and other hangouts across the country.

A jam that became an instant hit shortly after its release, ‘Kwa Bar’, which has so far garnered over 3.6M YouTube views and still counting, continues to rank high on the Kenyan music radar, thrilling Gengetone fans everywhere like never before!

https://charts.youtube.com/charts/TopSongs/ke/weekly

One of the Kenyan music videos trending globally on YouTube, ‘Kwa Bar’ is a studio project that has since positioned Odi wa Muranga among the most sought-after artists in Kenya, whereby almost every nightspot wants to hire him to perform the jam at their venue.

This is mainly because ‘Kwa Bar’, which can be translated from Swahili to mean ‘We are at the bar’ in English, is a jam that every partier easily identifies with since it’s all about partying in bars and enjoying life to its fullest.

Get immersed in this massive banger by tapping the link above to stream ‘Kwa Bar’ on YouTube.