Tag Archives: Kenyan music

Mbuzi Gang Turns Up Heat With ‘Sekete’ ft. Harry Craze

 

 

By Isaac Tugume

Are you a fan of Gengetone music or a religious follower of the Kenyan group Mbuzi Gang? Well, we have great news for you, because they are set to drop a fresh banger dubbed ‘Sekete’, which features Rico Gang member Harry Craze.

A jam that’s bound to shake tables on the East African music scene, ‘Sekete’ is dropping a few days from now, but word about the song is spreading like wildfire, causing excitement everywhere!

True to Mbuzi Gang’s legacy, ‘Sekete’ is another banger that’s about getting frisky, living life without fear or favour to anyone, and enjoying it like the big party it is.

This jam, which will change the Kenyan music landscape as we know it, also highlights the aspect of nosy neighbours, who instead of minding their own business end up interfering with their neighbours’ lives.

With this studio project, the Mbuzi Gang return to the music radar with intense veracity and prove to everyone that they are not about to relinquish their position as the G.O.A.Ts of Gengetone.

Stay tuned to GengetoneRadio.Com for updates on when ‘Sekete’ is being released but in the meantime, you can tap the link above to check out the promo video on X (Twitter).

 

Yes, Men Can Lie; But Can They Lie Even On Valentine’s Day?

 

 

By Isaac Tugume

Ladies, it’s a well-known fact world over that ‘Men Can Lie’, however, the most important question here is; can you allow men to lie to you even on Valentine’s Day?

If you’re not sure then perhaps you haven’t yet come across ‘Men Can Lie’, a jam by Kenyan artists Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina, and Ssaru, which is booming across East Africa and beyond!

Intended to keep you company during this Valentine’s Day and long thereafter, ‘Men Can Lie’ is a studio project that’s not only a Gengetone thriller but also a brief manual about all the lies men tell women, no matter what part of the world they are in.

With over 358K fans streaming the video on YouTube, ‘Men Can Lie’ continues to prove that the song has since exerted a very firm grip on tens of thousands of people who agree that when it comes to relationships, men can tell women all sorts of lies.

And, now that Valentine’s Day is here, it’s highly plausible that men will cook up all sorts of lies so as to get into women’s pants; only the sharp ones who have been lucky enough to experience the ‘Men Can Lie’ video will survive these lies.

If  you want to be among those lucky few, please spare a moment to  tap  the link above to stream the video on YouTube and you will thank us later!

 

 Mbuzi Gang Return With New Explosive Banger ‘Sekete’

 

 

By Isaac Tugume

Gengetone kingpins Mbuzi Gang are back with a fresh, explosive jam dubbed ‘Sekete’, which will shake the East African when it drops.

Dropping on YouTube and digital platforms any day from now, ‘Sekete’ is a musical flavour that Mbuzi Gang have yet to serve to their fans and the song’s visuals will blow everyone away!

If you are the kind of person who enjoys pulsating Gengetone vibes then ‘Sekete’ is the thing for you, because Mbuzi Gang created this jam with one mission; to leave a lasting impression on everyone who experiences it.

In ‘Sekete’, the Mbuzi Gang return to the Kenyan music scene in full blast, and the flames of fire they are set to cause with this banger will take decades to quench because it’s an all-time classic.

The promo visuals that are doing rounds on Instagram and other social media platforms already indicate that ‘Sekete’ is bound to blow up the party scene in Kenya and other Swahili-speaking nations across East Africa, because it’s so killer!

Look out for updates on when ‘Sekete’ is dropping from GengetoneRadio.com, but you can click the above to check the promo clips for the song.

 

 

‘Njeri’ By Josephyl, Teslah & Joefes Is Real Life Story

 

By Isaac Tugume

Josephyl’s latest single ‘Njeri’, which features Teslah and Joefes, is a song that so many people easily identify with, especially because it portrays a situation that has happened in their lives or in the lives of those they know.

A song that commands the attention of people of all ages, social statuses, and, religions, ‘Njeri’ is a captivating story of a woman who is in a relationship with a man but seems discontented with what she has, so she keeps yearning for more than he can give her, and by so doing, ends up straying with other men.

In ‘Njeri’, Josephyl, Teslah, and Joefes take the audience on an electrifying musical journey, touching on personal introspection, social commentary, and the intricacies of human relationships, with the intent of wanting people to know that it’s always good for them to consider compatibility before committing in a relationship.

Their synergy and lyrical dexterity create a dynamic and high-energy experience we all witness in ‘Njeri’ and everyone who has experienced the song is left with a lasting after-effect, which makes them want to listen to it over and over again.

Make sure to stream ‘Njeri’ on YouTube by tapping the link above.

 

‘Make Way’ By Unspoken Salaton & Riff Turns Up Heat In E. Africa

 

By Isaac Tugume

Kenyan rapper Unspoken Salaton teamed up with budding Ugandan dancehall artist Riff on a tune dubbed ‘Make Way’, which is ripping the East African party scene apart!

‘Make Way’, which is a reverberating party jam, is currently one of the songs rocking fans all the way from Nairobi to Kampala, Dar-es-Salaam to Juba, and Kigali to Kinshasa.

A song with the potential to turn up the heat on the dancehall the instant it starts playing, ‘Make Way’ is so off the hook because it’s the kind of music that sets the audience on fire!

Being a combination of sizzling Ugandan Afribeats and Gengetone vibes, ‘Make Way’ is a flavoured tune that doesn’t need any seasoning, because it’s already a delectable party extravaganza.

This studio project, which is Riff’s sophomore video, highlights his astounding evolution as an artist and his ability to push boundaries within the music industry, which will eventually see him get on top of his game.

Riff is formerly a member of the Ugandan dance group the Zari Dancers Africa, who decided to pursue a solo career,  and, based on ‘Make Way’ and the other songs he has dropped so far, he is evidently on the right track!

Go stream the  ‘Make Way’ video on YouTube by clicking the link above.

 

 

 

‘Make Way’ By Riff & Unspoken Salaton Video Thrills East Africa

 

By Isaac Tugume

Ugandan dancehall artist Riff and Kenyan rapper Unspoken Salaton are causing a buzz across East Africa with their latest video dubbed ‘Make Way’, which is a reverberating party tune!

‘Make Way’, which is being widely streamed on YouTube, is a studio project that has since unleashed a new chapter on the  East African music scene, because it’s a banger that dropped when it was least expected and is quickly taking over.

A dancehall jam that unplugs Riff and Unspoken Salaton, ‘Make Way’ is a musical experience through which these two artists take fans on a nostalgic journey with their highly energetic and memorable performance.

What’s most remarkable about ‘Make Way’ however is that it goes beyond being just a pulsating jam because this studio project is also a profound unifying factor between Ugandan and Kenya, which is a positive for the music industries of both countries.

Although Riff is a fast-rising artist who has several songs to his name, based on the attention this jam is garnering from several corners, chances are high that ‘Make Way’ is likely to become his biggest musical breakthrough this year.

Let’s show him some support by tapping the link above to stream the ‘Make Way’ video on YouTube.

 

‘Men Can Lie’ By Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina & Ssaru Is About Faithfulness Among Lovers

 

 

By Isaac Tugume

‘Men Can Lie’, a very electrifying music video by Kenyan artists Vic West, Brandy Maina, Teslah, and Ssaru is a studio project that roots for transparency and faithfulness among couples.

This is mainly because it’s a fact that most relationships nowadays are hinged on lies, especially since men often lie a lot to women, right from the point of courting to dating, and for many, the lies continue throughout the relationship.

However, although the lies men tell women are endless, in the song ‘Men Can Lie’, the artists attempt to highlight some of the common ones that women can easily detect and it’s because of this that the song has since become a sensation across Africa.

By exposing these lies, Vic West and the ladies on the track aim to create an environment whereby relationships are hinged on truth and honesty instead of lies, which in most cases leads to stability and commitment among partners.

It is this kind of setting and the themes in the song that are making ‘Men Can Lie’ a must-listen and must-watch for almost everyone, whether they are in a relationship or not, because whether you like it or not, the lies often catch up with both the liars and their victims.

Therefore, it’s not by accident or luck that the ‘Men Can Lie’ video boasts over 319K YouTube views and counting so far,  because the jam is not only intriguing but is also some sort of advice for lovers who want to enjoy meaningful relationships.

 

Junior Gentle & Teslah To Shake East Africa With Hot Video ‘Talk To Me’

 

By Isaac Tugume

Ugandan artist Junior Gentle and Kenyan diva Teslah are ready to unleash the visuals for their hot single ‘Talk To Me’, a studio project that’s already bringing Uganda and Kenya closer to each other than ever before!

 

Details that Gengetone Radio has stumbled upon indicate that the ‘Talk To Me’ video, which features electrifying scenes and tantalizing acts, is ready for unveiling and that it’s now a matter of time before it debuts on YouTube.

 

As you read this, clips of this much-anticipated video, which will surely take East Africa by storm, are already doing rounds on X (Twitter), Instagram, and other social media platforms, where they are attracting lots of traction.

In ‘Talk To Me’, Junior Gentle and Teslah teamed up on a very explosive dancehall tune that is a combination of intense passion and dance fever, which sends chills down the spine of everyone who experiences the jam.

Watch out for updates on when the video is dropping on YouTube but in the meantime, click the link above to stream the audio on YouTube. However, you can also check out some of the video promo clips on X and other social media platforms.

 

 

Riff & Unspoken Salaton Causing Rampage With Fresh Video ‘Make Way’   

 

By Isaac Tugume

If you are a fan of music that causes raptures on the dancehall floor the moment it starts playing then ‘Make Way’, a powerful joint by Ugandan artist Riff and Kenyan rapper Unspoken Salaton, is your kind of thing!

 

A very volatile dancehall tune that’s performed both in Luganda and Swahili, ‘Make Way’ is one of the jams rocking the East African party scene currently.

With the video now attracting streams from various corners on YouTube, ‘Make Way’ is a thrilling visual piece of art that is ideal for the whole family, especially because it doesn’t contain explicit content.

‘Make Way’ is a studio project that’s bound to enable Riff to make bigger strides in the Uganda music industry than he already has, because the video is doing much at showcasing his great musical potential to the world.

It is a song that’s perfect for listening to any day, any time mainly because it’s easy to listen to and has a relaxed, cool feel that it induces in everyone who experiences it.

Click the link above to stream the video right now on YouTube and you’ll know what Riff is capable of!

 Would You Forgive Your Man For Lying To You?

 

By Isaac Tugume

The Bible tells us to forgive people who wrong us but honestly, if you are a lady who has been dating a man for some time and then one day you realise that he has all along been lying to you, would you forgive him?

That’s the situation Vic West, Teslah, Ssaru, and Brandy Maina attempt to portray in their thought-provoking video dubbed ‘Men Can Lie’, which is booming across Kenya and other parts of the world.

A song that has since gone viral on social media and is being streamed by hundreds of thousands of fans on YouTube, ‘Men Can Lie’ is currently the latest vibe on the streets!

For several years, men have been lying to women, promising them heaven on earth, taking them to the moon and back, while others promise to love their spouses till the oceans dry up.

However, thanks to Teslah, Ssaru and Brandy Maina, the whole world is now aware of the endless lies that men tell women, and in a bid to protect the girl child from those lies, they decided to send out a powerful message through this jam, which is being streamed by over 313K people on YouTube and still counting.

Enjoy streaming the video on YouTube by tapping the link above!