After what seemed like ages of waiting, performing and recording artist Phylis Ng'etich alias Phy came through with some new music early this month.
The incredibly talented songbird, who established herself as a force to reckon with after winning the Maisha Superstar singing competition, released her new single dubbed ‘Siwezani.’
‘Siwezani’, a soulful love ballad about that painful kind of unrequited love, is as moving as Phy’s previous release ‘Taboo.’ ‘Siwezani’ is her third single since her debut hip-hop banger ‘Ruka’ featuring King Kaka and Khaligraph Jones.
Like her previous releases, ‘Siwezani’ is earning praise and placing Phy on the list of the most talented singers in the country.
The 24 year old recently represented Kenya at the 2017 world youth and students festival that went down in Sochi,Russia.
After a trying period overcome by illness, Nameless took some time away from the limelight.
But it seems that though he may have been down, he was never out. His latest release “Oh Why” is just what every Kenyan needs.
As the repeat election dominate conversations across the nation, political tensions and tribal rhetoric seem to be the running theme. The track instead asks Kenyans to pull away from the negativity and focus on the nation’s well being.
The track which has a simple, memorable hook carries a thought-provoking message. The strong lyrics urge all to be mindful of their neighbor and avoid “propagating the hate.” A legend in the Kenyan music scene, Nameless’ release could not have been more aptly timed.
The track that was written and performed by Nameless is accompanied by some smooth vocals provided by Lydia Ndwiga.