The last two weeks have really been long especially for a lot of us in the entertainment industry. We lost a big brother, a mentor, a teacher, a selfless soul in BIG KEV.
I want to thank a lot of people; above all thanks to Big Kev for having amazing friends. Friends are all over but real friends are hard to come by…Big Kev got real friends. We had a fund raising and the unity witnessed during this trying time helped a lot in overcoming the loss of this great King.
Thank you Muscles, EMAK, Trueblaq, The Artists, Deejays, Mc’s, the Entertainment fraternity and Kev’s Family.
Thank you to all those who sent and are still sending what they can to the Paybill Number. Your support is highly appreciated.
Born Glendale Goshia Gordon and stage name Busy Signal, we got to enjoy his performance live in Nairobi yesternight. Busy Signal has been a large part of the dancehall scene since 2003 and getting to attend his event will always be memorable. He was nicknamed Busy Signal by his friends because of the fact that he was constantly busy.
I got hooked up into Busy’s world in 2008 when he released his album ‘Loaded‘ which had crazy songs like “whine pon de edge’. Busy has amazing music and i can mention over 20 songs that were and still a hit world over: unknown number, tic toc, one more night and many more.
We have had so many events with very many international artists headlining most of them.
In that spirit, I caught up with the Old man Don Carlos as he was scheduled to perform at KICC, Nairobi on 3rd June 2017. You know it’s rare to ever meet these wise old men of ours. They have contributed so much to the industry that we even owe them already.
His performance was very calm as expected, not so much hype and so getting nice portraits of him was easy and quick. Here are a few images.
Ever thought about how good music can be? You know how good music can be to your heart, mind and even your waistline or your soul??
Anyway HAPPY MADARAKADAY to my Kenyan Brothers and Sisters and Happy working day to the rest of the world.
Yesterday night will be a day to remember for the rest of my life. Damian Marley and his band finally stepped onto the stage and we lived up thereafter till 5.00am today. He was full of energy, vibes, stories and legendary voices. He sang some of his father’s songs and we all agreed he is his father’s son.
I managed to capture a few images for you guys off course. This is one of the best reggae concerts ever recorded in the recent past and even as we look forward to hosting more of the Jamaican artists here, I must congratulate and thank the HeadcornerstoneEntertainmentfamily for making this a reality. Evarita, you are a hero….good job.
I would also like to shame some bad minded human who wanted to spoil the party straight from when Damian landed in Nairobi. A man of God knows where his strength is. Damian’s strength is not in poking people or intimidating them but living his purpose of spreading good vibes using his talents. Next time come to the concert you will get a stage selfie.
Damian Marley landed in yesterday for the much awaited concert ‘The street fusion‘ happening on 31st May 2017 at Carnivore. I missed out on him yesterday as he landed but caught up with the team as he went to KWS to adopt a lion and had lunch there after.
Been covering so many Reggae events but this one will be huge. I can’t wait for tomorrow.
Thank you to Head-cornerstone Entertainment for making this a reality. See you tomorrow at the concert.