Kenyan media personality and soon to be mother of one Tanasha Donna Oketch is back with another banger titled ‘Nah Easy’.
After weeks of teasing, Tanasha released ‘Nah Easy’, her second single off her upcoming debut EP ‘Donnatella’ following her official debut in the music industry.
In ‘Nah Easy’ it’s clear the 24-year-old did not come to play. Tanasha is giving major boss vibes with ‘bodyguards’ around her, smoking cigars and that look that says she means business. In her lyrics, she says she doesn’t care about anyone’s opinions and calls out her haters saying “Tell these streets I’m coming steady, they are trying to block my blessings it’s so depressing”.
In a recent Instagram post, the radio presenter reveals that it was not easy shooting the video while she was almost six months pregnant. Following concerns by fans that she is smoking while pregnant, Tanasha clarifies that she was not inhaling the cigar smoke in the video as it was all for show and that her baby boy is perfectly healthy.
The girlfriend to Bongo star Diamond Platnumz goes on to brand herself the female Tarzan in the song with danceable beats. “Call me the queen of the jungle, I’m the female Tarzan”, says Tanasha.
The magnificent video was directed by Ivan Odie and the creatives in the video were added by Callivan Creatives and Tanasha herself.
Her first music project, ‘Radio’ featuring Barak Jacuzzi, performed exceptionally well even beyond Tanasha’s own expectations to the point that she was overwhelmed by the reception.
'Kasayole' hitmaker Timmy Tdat has released his latest single, 'Achika' off his upcoming EP titled, Bonke.
The new release 'Achika' is a song about all the things you have overcome in life but keeps following you.
According to a press release by Anyiko PR, Timmy Tdat had this to say about the song, " Achika is all about your past catching up with you and you had already let it go. It keeps coming back despite doing everything to forget it."
'Achika' was produced by Vicky Pon Dis and the video was shot by a Tanzanian Video director, Msafiri for Kwetu studios.
"Vicky is a talented and free-spirited person. I feel like he is underrated. He has done a few of my songs and I respect his work," said Timmy Tdat.
The dreadlocked hitmaker had this to say about choosing a Tanzanian director and shooting in Tanzania, " I wanted a different feel for this video and I feel like, Msafiri has delivered. "
The name 'Bonke' is a nickname everyone used to call Timmy Tdat in Kasabun when he was a tout and garbage collector looking for money to fund his music career.
The EP has six songs that track his journey from Bonke to Timmy Tdat and the EP is slated to be released at the end of July 2019.