Check out this week’s hottest new Kenyan songs

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The Kenyan music scene has grown immensely and every day new artists are introduced making it very competitive. It is however better paying today with higher chances of success than it was before with increased social media usage. The competition is high today making many work harder. The more consistent one is with hot releases, the higher the chance they have to make it.

This week we have a couple of new songs that hit the streets and Kenyans are happy. From Gospel to secular, Artists have stepped up their game and aligned to the Kenyan market needs.

Check out this week’s hottest tracks, featuring some new-comers along the way.

  1. Ochunglo Family- Kaa na Mamayako

Ochunglo is blowing up the clubs in Kenya with their hot party anthems that have everyone dancing. This new song is no exception and to add to it’s hype, they have incorporated the words ‘KAA NA MAMAYAKO’, a Kenyan slang stated by the widely celebrated West Pokot Governor Prof. John Lonyangapuo

2. Ethic & Otile Brown – Dala Dala

Ethic is taking over the music scene in Kenya and every artist wants to jump on the hype, Otile being no exception. Their new song doesn’t disappoint despite the two having completely different sounds. They mesh perfectly for this new one.

3. Octopizzo – Stay

Namba Nane’s finest and Kenya’s word-play King is back with a different beat. Unlike most of his songs, this is a slow one tugging at one’s heartstrings.

4. Mbithi feat. Cheruto – Boy

Kamba boy Mbithi is back with another hit alongside songbird Cheruto and it’s a banger.

5. Wakadinali – Morio Anzenza ft Dyana Cods

6. Willy Paul feat Alaine – Shado Mado

Willy Paul and Alaine are back with a banger. During an interview today, Willy Paul revealed that they recorded this song years ago. He publicized it by faking that Alaine had blocked him all over social media.

7. Moon- Simple gyal

8. Guardian Angel – Kuongozwa

This gospel hit is already trending in the country, barely a week after its release.


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