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Shappaman Archives · Bottom Line Kenya

Best Kenyan Songs of 2016 – Part 2

December 31, 2016 |

Continuing from where we left off in Part 1 of this feature, we’re counting down our 50 picks of the best Kenyan music had to offer in 2016. As has been mentioned before, the competitiveness in music circles is at an all-time high and these 50 tracks barely scratch the surface of the great content […]Read More

Future Sounds: Is The Next Wave of Kenya’s Musical Renaissance Nearly At Hand?

April 2, 2016 |

Does Kenyan music seem to be headed anywhere? Will the industry ever edge closer to the levels of international recognition and commercial success enjoyed by its counterparts in West Africa, Central Africa, South Africa and our Tanzanian neighbours any time soon? The quick and easy answer to these questions would be a resounding NO. A […]Read More

ShappaMan – Love Wild (Mixtape Review)

March 12, 2016 |

Ex-Camp Mulla rap artist ShappaMan is back with Love Wild, a brand new mixtape following his first official mixtape Wild Life On Tape released in 2015. The new 11 track mixtape revolves around the theme of love in all its fearful and wonderful forms. As described by ShappaMan, the tape is ” about love of life and […]Read More

New Music: Greggy, ShappaMan, Nuru, Monitah, Janice Iche + Lon Jon

March 7, 2016 |

It’s yet another day full of new, not-so-new and buzzing music releases from around and about the Kenyan scene. Let’s get right into it: Greggy – Dojo Greggy is one heck of a smooth operator in his latest head-bobbing latest track in which he’s trying to convince a special type of girl to come over […]Read More

Sample Sunday: Shappaman, Tiri & Coolie – Wild Life

July 7, 2013 |

Kus-Ma; 2013 So, Camp Mulla seem to be in the solo-project phase of their musical careers with the crew dropping songs left right and centre, from Kus-Ma on How High to Miss Karun’s new track, Mwana We. One might argue that they have always been a crew of talented artists that can survive outside the […]Read More