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‘Nwanilaako’ By Nina Roz Floods Ugandan TV Stations



By Isaac Tugume

Celebrated musician Nina Roz is causing a frenzy on various Ugandan TV stations with her latest music video dubbed ‘Nwanilaako’, which is being accorded massive airplay across Kampala and other parts of the country.

Several TV stations have taken to airing the ‘Nwanilaako’ video hour per hour, due to the excessive demand from viewers all over Uganda for this video, because it is so lit and not easy to get enough of!

Some of the TV stations that have since embraced ‘Nwanilaako’ include; NTV, BBS, Spark TV, Star TV, KBS TV, BTM TV, and STV, among others, an indication that this jam has a strong grip on the Ugandan audience and all Nina Roz’s fans everywhere.

Meanwhile, besides being a sensation on TV stations, the ‘Nwanilaako’ video is also attracting tens of thousands of streams on YouTube, with over 30K views and still counting so far, just two days after its premiere.

With ‘Nwanilaako’ Nina Roz indeed kicked off the new year with high veracity and the studio project solidifies the fact that she is still on top of her game.

However, you don’t have to wait for your favourite TV channel to air the ‘Nwanilaako’ video  when you can stream it instantly on YouTube by tapping the link above.



‘Men Can Lie’ Star Teslah Joins Anti-Femicide Protest In Kenya



By Isaac Tugume

Kenyan songbird Teslah, who is one of the faces behind ‘Men Can Lie’, a pulsating video she performed with Vic West, Brandy Maina, and Sylvia Ssaru, has come out to join activists protesting the wave of the brutal murders of women in Kenya.

The protests held this week were prompted by the increasing number of women being butchered and mutilated by unknown assailants in Nairobi and other parts of Kenya in the past few days, who first lure them with money.

Teslah and other activists called upon the government of Kenya and the security organs to do everything possible so that the wave of brutal murders is ended and all culprits brought to book.

It should be noted that since most of the suspects in these murders are men who usually first deceive the women before murdering them, the song ‘Men Can Lie’ is so timely, because Teslah and the other artists aim at exposing the lies men tell women before hurting them.

It is because the song resonates well with several people and the current situation in Kenya that the ‘Men Can Lie’ video is being widely streamed on YouTube, whereby it now boasts over 271K views and counting.

Folks, say no to femicide wherever you are but don’t forget to tap the link above to stream ‘Men Can Lie’ on YouTube!


Nandeboyz Have No Kind Words For Haters In New Drop ‘Wish’


By Isaac Tugume

Congolese group Nandeboyz is out to let the world know that they have no space for haters in their lives; they do so through their new release dubbed ‘Wish’, a track that is already being streamed on YouTube and digital platforms by thousands of their fans.

Believe it or not, no one wants to live in an environment that is full of haters, who instead of wishing others good luck only have bad Wishes for them.

This is the exact message in ‘Wish’, a song that officially thrusts Nandeboyz into the limelight again.

“What you wish me is what I wish you,” is the overriding line in the song and a vital lifetime lesson that the Nandeboyz want to share with the rest of the world, especially people who wish others bad luck.

It is a very insightful song that Nandeboyz hope to positively impact the world because they address a real-life situation that countless people can easily identify with, reason why the song is already being streamed by scores on YouTube.

You too can enjoy this jam by tapping the link above to stream ‘Wish’ on YouTube.


‘Men Can Lie’ By Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina & Ssaru On KU TV’s Top 5 In Africa Chart





By Isaac Tugume

Vic West’s latest production titled ‘Men Can Lie’, which he performs with Teslah, Brandy Maina, and Ssaru, has since made it to the KU TV Top 5 in Africa music chart, which features the hottest five jams from around the continent.

The latest rankings on KU TV Charts indicate that ‘Men Can Lie’, a volatile music piece that’s trending in Kenya, claims the No#2 position out of the Top 5 Songs in Africa currently, which is great mileage for the project.

However, this doesn’t come as a surprise to us and many other fans who have been closely watching the performance of ‘Men Can Lie’ ever since the video was released a few days ago.

With the video at over 241K YouTube views just six days after its unveiling it’s increasingly becoming clear to everyone that ‘Men Can Lie’ is one of the indisputable Kenyan hits now and that it’s just a matter of days before this jam tops the music charts.

Please, if you don’t believe that ‘Men Can Lie’, just tap the link above to stream the video on YouTube and you will know why they say; ‘Seeing is believing’.


 Boondocks Gang Mash Up Kenya With ‘Maisha Yako’


By Isaac Tugume

Veteran Gengetone group Boondocks Gang is mashing up the Kenyan music scene with their latest drop dubbed ‘Maisha Yako’, a song that is taking thousands by surprise because of the attention it’s garnering from various corners of the country!

‘Maisha Yako’, which can be translated from Swahili to mean ‘It’s your life’ in English, is a very powerful jam in which Boondocks Gang is out to let their fans know that everyone on earth lives their own life and that they should live it to the fullest.

With ‘Maisha Yako’, which is a mega comeback for the group, Boondocks Gang is here not to just entertain their fans but to deliver for their audience a life-changing song that everyone ought to make their closest companion.

The thousands of YouTube views that ‘Maisha Yako’ is posting daily are enough to prove to everyone that Kenyans have since welcomed this jam with open arms, especially because many of them easily identify with the theme of the song and the lyrics.

Don’t be surprised when this track starts topping charts in Kenya and other parts of East Africa soon, because it’s a song through which Boondocks Gang speaks directly to the people.

With just a single tap on the link above everyone can stream ‘Maisha Yako’ on YouTube but don’t forget that the song is also available on digital platforms.



Congolese Group Nandeboyz To Drop Fresh Jam After ‘Panadol’ Video


By Isaac Tugume

Nandeboyz, a Congolese singing duo that has on YouTube a captivating video dubbed ‘Panadol’, is set to drop a new single titled ‘Wish’, which is debuting on YouTube and digital platforms this Friday, January 26th, 2024

‘Wish’, which is their second studio project this year, is bound to solidify the Nandeboyz as a group of musicians that are here to galvanize their fans across East Africa by bombarding them with one dope hit after another!

Known for their electrifying jams, ‘Wish’ is another dope creation by Nandeboyz that will leave their fans nodding in approval after reaching a consensus that these dudes never disappoint every time they work on a studio project.

Meanwhile, as we wait for them to release ‘Wish’, let’s not forget Nande Boyz continue to rock fans with ‘Panadol’, a very metaphorical love song that is being streamed by over 28K people on YouTube and still counting.

In ‘Panadol’, Nandeboyz focus on the healing power of love, letting their audience understand that a man who finds a woman he truly loves finds a pain killer that is as effective as Panadol tablets.

Guys, watch this space for details about their forthcoming jam but in the meantime, tap the link above to stream ‘Panadol’ on YouTube.


Mdundo Features Men Can Lie By Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina & Teslah


By Isaac Tugume

Popular digital music platform Mdundo has since endorsed ‘Men Can Lie’, a banger by Vic West, Teslah, Brandy Maina, and Sylvia Ssaru, as one of the hottest new jams currently rocking the Kenyan party scene!

This comes after Mdundo featured ‘Men Can Lie’ on their X (Twitter) platform this week, urging all Kenyan music enthusiasts to stream and or download the video, because it’s so lit.


Well, based on the impact that ‘Men Can Lie’ has caused on the Kenyan music landscape so far, we can’t agree any more or less with Mdundo, because this jam has since become a certified hit not only in Kenya but also across East Africa.

With the video boasting over 232K YouTube views just 5 days after its release, no one dares to question whether or not ‘Men Can Lie’ is leaving a lasting impression on Kenyan music enthusiasts.

Being a song that delves into the tricks men use to lure women into bed by telling them lots of different lies, ‘Men Can Lie’ is resonating well with audiences far and wide, reason why the jam is increasingly becoming popular.

Click the link above to check out ‘Men Can Lie’ on Mdundo but don’t forget that the video is also available for streaming on  YouTube!


 ‘Men Can Lie’ By Vic West, Teslah, Ssaru & Brandy Maina Full Of Dope Vibes


By Isaac Tugume

If you’re the kind of person who loves music that raves up your moods the instant it starts playing then ‘Men Can Lie’, a captivating jam by Kenyan artists Vic West, Teslah, Sylvia Ssaru, and Brandy Maina is the song for you!

A track that continues to galvanize all Kenyan music enthusiasts, ‘Men Can Lie’, which is just four days old on the market is thrilling fans across East Africa, with over 191K YouTube views and still counting.

‘Men Can Lie’ is a jam that comes with dope vibes and lights up the moment for listeners every time it’s played, which explains why thousands of people are falling for the song and streaming the video extensively.

Whether you believe it or not, ‘Men Can Lie’ comes with all indications of being the latest blockbuster on the Kenyan music scene, a position the song is bound to claim for the best part of this year.

And, although ‘Men Can Lie’ is an all-star project, sensational singer Ssaru seems to have overshadowed her colleagues on the tune, thanks to her distinctive voice and unique style of the performance.

Guys, go stream the video on YouTube by tapping the link above if you haven’t checked it out yet!

‘Men Can Lie’ By Vic West, Brandy Maina, Teslah & Ssaru Is Heart To Heart Talk


By Isaac Tugume

Kenyan music maestro Vic West’s latest production dubbed ‘Men Can Lie’, which he performs with Teslah, Brandy Maina and Sylvia Ssaru is a story of the emotional communication between a woman and a man’s heart.  

This is mainly because in most cases when a man meets a woman he likes, he will promise to do a lot of things for her in a bid to win her heart; including what he can deliver and what he can’t.

What he fails to deliver always turns out to be the lies he told her but because women know that ‘Men Can Lie’, many of them never let it out; however, only Teslah, Brandy Maina, and Ssaru are brave enough to come out, and declare that indeed, men can lie!

This is the reason why ‘Men Can Lie’ is currently one of the jams trending in Kenya, booming in nightclubs and bars, on top of doing rounds on various TV stations in the country.

The popularity that song has garnered since its release has seen the video shoot to over 146K YouTube views just within three days of its debut, indicating that ‘Men Can Lie’ is already a masterpiece on the East African music landscape.

Click the link above to stream the video on YouTube if you haven’t experienced that blockbuster yet!


Boondocks Gang Reunite On Fresh Massive Tune ‘Maisha Yako’



By  Isaac Tugume

Kenyan Gengetone group Boondocks Gang is back in the mix with a fresh banger dubbed ‘Maisha Yako’, which debuted on YouTube and digital platforms over the weekend.

‘Maisha Yako’, which officially thrusts Boondocks Gang back into the limelight, is a song that delves into the complexities of life, highlighting the hustles people go through to earn a living and why we should all thank God for the life He has given us.

Focusing on the day-to-day lifestyle of the common man, ‘Maisha Yako’, which loosely translates from Swahili into English to mean ‘Your Life’, is not only a massive comeback for Boondocks Gang but also a song that easily resonates with their audience.

Although Boondocks  Gang had been off the Kenyan music radar for quite long, their return to the Gengetone arena comes at a time when rumours about their purported ‘split’ had started circulating online and, with ‘Maisha Yako’, they now completely dispel those rumours!

The group, which is already back in studio working on new music projects to be released later this year, consists of three talented artists who include; Odi wa Murang’a, Exray Taniua and Maddox.

Go stream ‘Maisha Yako’ on YouTube by tapping the link above, although the jam is also available on your favourite digital platforms.