#playkenyanMusic

baserock

Village Elder
#26
Most Kenyan musicians are producing party and underground music that cannot be supported by the mainstream media. If the Kenyan media was to exhibit some support attitude towards these kids, they will refine their music so as to enjoy the publicity. Let’s not give up on our own.
 

screwplus

Village Elder
#27
I totally support that but kuna zingine we need to stop. What Kenyan artiste don't realize is that they can release songs in different edits. Radio edit, clean edit, explicit na zinginezo. Skia sasa hii.
This what they sing when they're not being explicit
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This is some 2005 busara shit.... Wtf this kids not just coping styles hadi lines and they can't even hold in intonation and sound
To ryhme...
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It's official wote @under23 ni tacky and full Of shit....the wackiest generation in existence... I still. Fucks with kiasi...
That beat tweeter hufurahi hata kabla Base iangushe nijipate niko
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Simiyu22

Village Elder
#29
@Duke of Busia . I think you mean the production company can sell to the radio stations clean edit versions. But they can release whatever they want. But compare this to Jamaican music, this is fairly mild. I think twerking/ dry humping came from or was popularized by Jamaican mainstream.
 
#30
@Duke of Busia . I think you mean the production company can sell to the radio stations clean edit versions. But they can release whatever they want. But compare this to Jamaican music, this is fairly mild. I think twerking/ dry humping came from or was popularized by Jamaican mainstream.
Our artiste don't concentrate much with the post production logistics just the other year an artiste was recorded beating up his producer for not releasing some of his tracks
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#32
Why do young Kenyan musicians insist on sounding black American to be considered cool? Don’t they have a culture they can be proud of? lol

I’d rather listen to Kamaru or Salim Junior than this subpar, adulterated trash.
 

Sylos

Village Elder
#33
There was a time (early 2000s) Kenyan music coexisted with international music. Most kids were singing along to songs from Calif and Ogopa with the same energy as Sean paul, TID, Chameleone and Co . I'm not sure what changed but its definitely not the lyrics as that period also had some silly lyrics(boomba clan, bugz, circuit etc) .
Bullying people into listening to your songs won't work . I think Kenyan artistes should focus on staying power rather than making a hit that will be forgotten in a few months. Create something good and the people will come
 

Bazuka

Village Elder
#36
I totally support that but kuna zingine we need to stop. What Kenyan artiste don't realize is that they can release songs in different edits. Radio edit, clean edit, explicit na zinginezo. Skia sasa hii.

This what they sing when they're not being explicit
Alah kwani umesahau daggering. Vijana ya ghetto napenda sana




Hio ngoma hao vijana wamehata hapo kwa delivery juu haina difference na ile wezere ya Bobby

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Phylgee

Village Elder
#39
Let's not hide from the reality. I have a friend who says Mike rua na akina Salim Junior can sell out concert tickets in hours and the lyrics huwa dirty. And the people who attend??? They ain't the youth but the old
Napenda io song ya Salim young... Indo Ciene :)I would go to his concert.
 
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