Arts & Entertainment


3 years ago

Most Popular Television Stations In Kenya Today

Back in the day, there was only one television station that broadcasted all over Kenya. The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation was established during the colonial era. KCB was the only television station in Kenya then. It was renamed the Voice of Kenya and was the mouthpiece of the Kenyan government at the time. The station was later renamed to The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation as it had been initially, to show its linkage to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

During that era, there were many local programs aired on KBC such as “Vitimbi” and “Vioja”. So  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Most Popular Programs On Kenyan Television

Burning onions has become one of those cooking hitches that occur in many households in Kenya. “Why did you burn the food?” The most annoying thing about the whole issue is the answer to that question, “I was watching T.V”

Televisions programs in Kenya have become so captivating in the recent passed that we sort of tend to forget our responsibilities. Some people in Kenya get seated in front of that T.V set and literally get into a trance! You have to switch it off to get them off the couch or even have a simple conversation with them. That is how bad things   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

The Art Of Clubbing In Nairobi Kenya: How To Be Safe

\'Clubbing\' a word coined from \'club\' to mean raving or rather going out in sports bars to unwind is the order of the day in Nairobi. Sometime back, people in Nairobi used to club only over the weekends in Kenya after having a busy and draining week in offices or  schools(perharps). Well this is not the case anymore! Any day is raev day in Nairobi- from Karaoke to Ladies nights, Uptowns to Thirsty Thursdays..name it. There is a phrase doing rounds in the city of Nairobi that Thursday is the new Friday. Going by this trend in Kenya, Monday will be the new Friday!

There are to  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How Outdoor Events Have Become A New Enterprise to Event Planners In Kenya; Major Events In Nairobi

Nairobi, also known as ‘the green city of the sun’ is the most populous city in East Africa. Nairobi is home to thousands of businesses and innumerable Aid agencies. Due to this fact, the city in Kenya is thronged with people who are either born, bred, employed or those trying to make a living. Everybody is bee busy in this 24 hours city of Kenya. Nairobi never seems to sleep. The city is vibrant with boundless vigour, vitality and vivacity. Take a walk on the Nairobi city streets and avenues and see how people jostle you off the way. Everybody is consumed by the fire of cutting  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Kenya Music Industry: A Preview Of The Three Richest Musicians In Kenya

Most Kenyan musicians have never declared their wealth or rather their net-worth for matter, but instincts never lie. When you go through the Music Copyright Society of Kenya Archives, you will most definitely get a great deal of details regarding what every prominent musician in Kenya makes today. In fact, just recently, the Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) came up with a list of some of the wealthiest musicians in Kenya.

The criterion used by the MCSK to rank the wealthiest musicians in Kenya is pretty much absurd but in any case you have no option but to take the details d  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

The Kenyan Socialite...How To Be A Socialite Manual

The Kenyan entertainment scene is strewn with music entertainers, actors, comedians and many more but not forgetting the socialites. A socialite in Kenya is defined as a person who participates in numerous social events and spends a significant amount of time entertaining and being entertained. On a lighter note, Urban dictionary describes it as a rich unemployed person who must be in active contact with media and other rich unemployed people.

Kenya has had a rise in the number of socialites whose fame is growing at quite an alarming rate. Just to mention a few such as Vera Sidika,   Continue reading ...