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Author: Manuel Ntoyai

Happy birthday hip-hop!

Reading Time: 4 minutes As one of the most influencial music genres, hip-hop turns 48 this year and has grown tremendously. From the streets […]

With the growing need to have artistes earn decently from their craft, excellence is key

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Kenyan creative sector has been on the spotlight this week, with cases of money misappropriations hitting the headlines. When […]

Youth out to improve sanitation in Eastlands Winnie Akoth breaks down whole idea

Reading Time: 3 minutes Manuel_Ntoyai @Manuel_Ntoyai As a scout, Winnie Akoth Otieno, was able to move from one Nairobi neighbourhood to another, and in their […]

Director P: I want piece of the local music market pie

Reading Time: < 1 minute Canada-based Zambian music director and artiste Patrick LuaLua aka Director P has set his eyes on the Kenyan music market. […]

Non-profit organisation Sarakasi Trust preparing young creatives to turn their art into profitable ventures

Reading Time: 3 minutes When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the globe, everything came to a standstill and the creative industry was hit where it […]

Kenyan musicians have been a crying lot in regards to the revenue

Reading Time: 6 minutes For many years, Kenyan musicians have been a crying lot in regards to the revenue generated from digital platforms. But […]

Take better care of the elderly, experts advise

Reading Time: 3 minutes Manuel Ntoyai @Manuel_Ntoyai  Vidze Kaladze Vidze, who stars as Karisa in the film, The Letter, observes that there is more […]

Meet Lamar Munene, 9, an actor and model recently won Best TV Actor in Africa Kids Awards

Reading Time: 4 minutes Nine-year-old Lamar Munene, an actor and model recently won Best TV Actor in Africa Kids Awards. His mum, Aisha Wanjiku […]