Culture

Dance for Peace gone viral

The Video “Dance for peace” from Loreto Kiambu Girls High School that is trending with more than 47.000 views on Facebook in the first week since it was posted on the 11th of October 2016 has the participation of Art Directors Garage that was handling set design, make-up, costumes, and Nancy Aluoch founder of the Art Directors Garage also participated in some of the Choreography. Leah Gathoni is the producer of

You need a job? What about watching 20 hours of porn weekly and get paid 3000 USD per month for Danish club

Do you need a job or do you just like watching PORN? Danish club advertises ‘dream job’ with 3.000 USD salary to watch 20 hours’ of adult films a week… but is it true? A bar in Denmark is advertising for what for someone could be their dream job. For the successful applicant will earn a salary of 3.000 USD to watch 20 hours’ of porn a week. Provided with

Kisumu braces for song and dance as Music festival begins

Hundreds of teachers and students will pitch tent in Kisumu for the next two weeks as the national music festival begins in the lakeside town Monday. Kisumu is expected to host approximately 125,000 people trooping in for the 89th edition of the Kenya National Music Festival. This comes barely four months after the county hosted the second national devolution conference that brought together 6,000 delegates. The Music festival will be

Whitney Houston’s Daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown Dies at 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of late Grammy-winning pop star Whitney Houston and R&B singer Bobby Brown, has died at age 22. “Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July, 26 2015, surrounded by her family. She is finally at peace in the arms of God.  We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months,” a spokesperson for the Houston family told NBC

Peace-Loving Sarabi was the year’s most touching Roskilde experience

The number of inhabitants and the country’s prominent position in Africa considered, Kenya plays an usually amazing little musical role on the Continent. But it may be changing. The young white-dressed band Sarabi from Nairobi’s Eastlands slum showed at least on the stage at Roskilde Festival, Denmark that they have everything it takes to get ahead and reach out. In front the young singer Nelson Mandela (yes, it is actually

Artist yearns for Obama meeting

Artist Collins Okello says he will cry tears of joy if he is given the chance to present his drawings to visiting US President Barack Obama. The 25-year-old artist, who caught the eye of Kenyans with his remarkable drawing of President Uhuru Kenyatta in military fatigues last October, was commissioned by State House to draw three pencil sketches of Mr Obama. President Kenyatta intends to present them as gifts to the

The world famous rapper 50 cent is bankrupt

His rapper name refers to small change, but that’s obviously not what you can call his debt. The recording artist, who filed for bankruptcy under his real name of Curtis James Jackson II, did so in U.S. bankruptcy court in Connecticut. He listed his estimated assets between $10 million to $50 million, with liabilities in the same range. Those figures call earlier estimates into question. It occurred three days after

Kenyans disappointed as Sauti Sol lose out on BET award

Kenyan band Sauti Sol lost out on the Best International Act Africa award in the 2015 BET awards held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. The win went to Stonebwoy, a Ghanian dancehall artiste. The ‘Nerea’ singers were nominated for the category alongside AKA of South Africa,  Stonebwoy of Ghana,  Sarkodie of Ghana, Fally Ipupa of Congo,  Wizkid of Nigeria, The Soil of South Africa and Yemi

Kenyan Govt pledges Sh400m to set up film academy

“You should not focus so much on the problems bedeviling the country but provide solutions that come from us (Kenyans) working together for peace and development. “It is important that Kenyans embrace patriotism in their day to day lives as lack of it is adversely affecting our lives as a nation,” he said. “We have a great and unique opportunity to make our arts thrive and generate the wealth and