It is on to the next one for Tanzanian hitmaker Juma Jux. Jux has been dating fellow singer, Vanessa Mdee until recently when they made public their break up. During an Instagram Q&A the Cash Madame singer told her fans that she and Jux were just but friends but will always be family.
“Wewe na Juma mmeachana??” posed a curious fan. To this Mdee said, “Ndio, lakini we are good friends and forever family.” Well, it seems like the Utaniua crooner might have moved on to a Caucasian beauty only identified as Nayika.
The two have been vacationing in the Serengeti for the past couple of days.
Just a couple of days ago, Jux and Mdee released a song dubbed “Sumaku” which we understand was recorded way before the heartbreaking split.
Hope They’ll will live together happily in Kenya. Either that or he will dump her because of his fans’ disapproval of her dressing and mannerisms that they term as ‘not marriage material’.
Since she went public with her relationship with Diamond Platnumz NRG radio presenter Tanasha Donna has come under heavy criticism.
A situation that often happens when a new lady dates Diamond Platnumz as the same situation was witnessed with Zari Hassan before his fans warmed up to her
“dare monkey play with our Kenyan woman and that’s your end of music career in our country ” after diamond replied to his insta #mashemeji and liking his new song “kidogo” hence vaga used diamonds relationship with tanasha to compare his current with her girlfriend.”mimi kumsifia tanasha na diamond kwa nyimbo yangu ni kwasababu ni Mtoto wetu WA kikenya hasa kutoka nyumbani kwe kwetu.
Phieso the kenyan dancehall queen released her club banger “whine tu kidogo” recently but now she has a brand new fireee song to be released this december called woman get busy in collaboration with videz.The song is a feel good music,telling the fidigyaldemz to get busy and “shake that thing” phieso goes on to explain that the song was inspired by sean pauls song get busy.. https://youtu.be/rtyK4RmERBE
.Phieso lyrics are sick like cancer,if you hear her sing you will this its a jamaican singing cz she has sung in “patois” jamaican accent ,she admits to have been learning alot of patwa from a fellow rapper called snipa and he also contributed to the writing of the woman get busy lyrics..wait for the video.
. I absolutely lovelovedancehall music (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists Kenyan & Jamaican (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists I want to explain this passion,and
best it upon you, like a mother bird regurgitating zany fandom down her offspring’s gullet.ncehall music (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists like VybzKartel,Mavado,Konshens,Gyptian, etc.). I want to explain this passion,and bestow it upon you, like a mother bird regurgitating zany fandom down her offspring’s gullet.
phieso Kenyan Fast rising Dancehall Artist is droppin
g Another New Jam This month .Kenyan Female Dancehall Artist Phieso is back after She Broke Her Leg Few months Ago whole She Was Performing A TV show On Citizen TV .After Her Long silence Let the dancehall heat do some soul healing dropping Her Jam That Features Videz hybrid
Kenyans woke up to the shocking news that gospel singer Eunice Njeri had walked out of her marriage hours after it had just happened. That was two years ago.
Njeri and her then fiancé Isaac Bukasa aka Izzo exchanged vows on November 27th in a Texas church and from the photos shared on social media, the couple couldn’t be happier.
That would be short-lived.
In an emotional post, the pretty songstress broke the sad news stating that her heart was elsewhere and despite the two walking down the aisle, she had not signed the papers and the marriage was annulled.
“On the 27th Nov 2016, Isaac and I did go to the altar to get married, but at the end of that day I realised one thing, I couldn’t do it, my heart was somewhere else. Probably in Africa doing what I do best, am still trying to figure that out. I immediately left for Kenya and have been serving God the best way I know how,” she wrote.
“To all who supported Isaac and I am grateful may God bless you immensely. To all who were hurt in the process I apologise. The marriage was annulled (like it never happened). No papers were signed. Afterwards and we both made a decision to go our separate ways. I hope for your support and help as we move on. Like every other relationship we hit a rock, maybe a little too early but have since overcome.Consequently, we have decided to go our separate ways and hope for the very best. God bless you,” she posted.
Since the breakup, the singer had kept mum about the whole saga until recently when she revealed the true reason as to why she walked out on her ‘marriage.’
Speaking to Kalekye Mumo on Talk Central, the gospel artist revealed that she was unwell and her condition led to confusion resulting in her walking down the aisle.
“I was going with my heart at the time, also at the same time I was very sick. I had fibroids. Bleeding a lot and at the same time I thought I should get married, I was like maybe I should do this, why am I saying no? I have been saying no for 20 years, maybe it’s time to say yes, you know.
“And in that mix of being sick, being in the hospital and getting all these transfusions, I had a whole confusion time. Confusion made me rush into decisions I wouldn’t have made. And last year I had to have surgery and I was in the hospital for quite a while.
“And after the surgery is when I thought, ‘nothing in this world should make you ever make a decision like that even if its sickness because you are gonna hurt many people,’ which I did,” she said.
Unashamed of her choice to go back on her decision despite what people said, according to Eunice Njeri everyone has a story and this just happens to be hers.
“I don’t regret. The thing is that my story is different, your story is different. I just choose my story to teach me what God wants me to learn. People judge me too fast, maybe it’s because God has put me on a pedestal. My story is a story on conquering things that people would not conquer… what I have learnt in my journey is to walk with Jesus and to learn that God is in my story. When I am seeking him and when I am not seeking him, he is there,” she added.
Ever the private person, Eunice did not reveal whether or not she is dating.
The Trend had a lot of versatility to it. It was different and it did not disappoint this time. Amina had a lot of people on the show so here are a few highlights of the show:
Demarco, Redsan and Tiwa Savage on the show
Redsan is launching his album on Saturday. Amina hosted him on the show alongside Demarco and Tiwa Savage joining on the show a bit later. Demarco was happy and ghad a lot of energy on the show. He was not reserved and he did not behave like an international celebrity instead he had a lot of the show. Tiwa Savage came in any late and a bit tired but she also did not disappoint at all.
The interview put a lot of things into perspective. From Redsan being undercover from the music industry for the last 3 years working on an album to Tiwa Savage talking about her experience as a mother and Demarco discussing his career and him being signed into Akon’s label everything was covered during the interview.
Faruma Zarika discussing her career
The show also put on the spot Fatuma Zarika who recently won a fight. Fatuma has been doing a media tour this week talking about her career and what it has taken her to be where she is right now.
It was more of a profiling interview. Amina discussed a lot of things from her growing up in Satellite and hre letting her brother study because her parents could not afford her being in school. She narrated her ordeal about being kept in a house and not being able to practice as a boxer because her promoter could not allow her to do so.
I am Kenya Challenge
The top of the top of Kenyan music production also graced the show this week. Ulopa, Provoke, Polycarp Fancy Fingers and Musyoka. They talked about theI made Kenya challengeand how it came about. A bunch of producers started making Kenyan beats from African tracks and basically producing them.
The producers also talked about empowering the next crop of producers and mentoring them in the process. Which is a good thing and an agenda setting moment for NTV as they were able to bring out this movement that can revolutionize the music space in Kenya.
There’s been so much that’s been happening within the African Music Scene includingTiwa Savage wanting to give up(which I pray never happens- what in heavens name are we supposed to do with our lives if ever she does?!), it’s overwhelming. On the other hand, there’s been also a lot of good things happening, including.
Something else that’s amazing is Naiboi’s brand video, 2 in 1. The video features A list celebrities singing along to the song, including Tanzania’sBenPoland American- Nigerian artistWurlD.
Everyday, I’m blown away by the kind of advantage enjoyed by artists that sing as well as produce. It’s like you become an untouchable musical genius with a whole new level of creativity. Case in pointTeknomiles,Nahreel,Don Jazzy, and Kenya’s very ownNaiboi. Naiboi is one of the very few artists in Kenya who understand how to wow the Kenyan audience, while having international appeal. He found a unique sound that works for him and just him and has had it become his brand.
have been following Naiboi’s career from the days of Rapdamu and his rebranding and growth have me in awe. hope the support seen just by appearing on this video reflects on the other aspects of the arts industry and that we have our artists building each other.