Big African stars set for Valentines Jamboree

Kizz, Nadia (Inset), Vera and King Kaka [Photo: Courtesy]

Celebrated Nigerian singer and songwriter Kizz Daniel is among the big continental stars who will be participating in the much-anticipated Valentine’s Jamboree, a music bonanza set for Uhuru Gardens come February 15.

Popular for his last year’s hit singles Pak n’ Go and Madu, the 25-year-old will join fellow Nigerian artistes Poco Lee, Slim Case and DJ Kaywise at the mega-concert that will also feature East Africa’s finest Nandy from Tanzania and a host of Kenyan thrillers.  

Organised by Dove Entertainment, the show, which is arguably the biggest Valentine’s concert in East Africa, will feature Pulse Music Video Awards (PMVA) winning artistes King Kaka, Nadia Mukami, Ethic Entertainment and Sailors as well as Vera Sidika and deejay Malaika. Regular advance tickets are going for Sh2,000 while VIP tickets are going for Sh5,000.

The news on the big bonanza was unveiled yesterday, creating fresh excitement in the entertainment scene, which is no doubt on a pick this year. Already UB40 has confirmed their performance in Nairobi next weekend.

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Juliet Ochieng' [Photo: Courtesy]

A Kassa Money 2020

Beauty queen, singer and actress Juliet Ochieng' and Kenyan afro-pop singer, songwriter and producer Ms Sunshine have teamed up on Kassa Money, a song they claim will be a 2020 anthem and banger.

Kassa Money is the manifesto for the hustle in the year 2020. 2020 is a year of reaping and through the song the artistes want to encourage go-getters not to lose hope, but to keep on fighting and work towards achieving their dreams.

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The message is that all dreams are valid, no matter where you are from! The song is not only meant to inspire but prove that all things that we think of and work on are achievable. The bottom line is that money is just energy; it always moves, so one should not be discouraged as a result of the present situation.

As Africans, this is clearly evident by the number of artists, producers and actors from foreign lands who are now being recognised at the world pedestal. This is not only inspiring for other foreign artists but equally motivating.