Joss Stone is huge. And she’s coming to Kenya to play at the Purdy Arms in Karen this Saturday November 26th. So what’s the person behind the name like? … More Who in the World is Joss Stone?
A clash of sonic civilisations… a meeting of enhanced minds in a cloudy Westlands studio… a Scotsman, a couple of Englishmen, 2 Ugandans and a whole heap of Kenyans… in a beefy explosion of bass, soul, snare, rap, horn, calypso, dancehall and more bass. Music by Mungo’s HiFi, featuring Baba Message, Baqi, Binti Afrika, Blessed … More Mungo’s HiFi vs. Bad Mambo mixtape
The search for Nairobi’s next hot DJ is on. Think you have what it takes? Let us know! … More Battle of the DJs: call for submissions
Absolutely massive Rebel Bass night at Meriada Gardens on 26th February. Many thanks to GHETTO RADIO for the publicity and partnership. Big-ups to DJ HEARTICAL, BINTI AFRIKA, LAVOSTI, SKAFACE & RELIC for the ital music and good vibes. Last but not least, many thanks to the one RAS MAKONNEN for the superb photo coverage. Please … More Rebel Bass Sounds – February gallery
Rub A Dub Therapy on Saturday, 20th February was a smashing success. From the vendors to the musical line-up hundreds of Nairobi residents turned up to party and shop at Nairobi’s newest spot, The Alchemist. Photos courtesy of Dhruv Shah and Jude Clark
Bad Mambo and the African HipHop Caravan present an irregular night of hard electronica and gruff rhyme featuring DJs: RAPH (World’s Loudest Library), SKAFACE (NyegeNyege), SURAJ (Savana Sessions), RONJE (NRB Underground) & MCs: ABBAS DOOBEEZ (KE), MIC CRENSHAW & BAQI COLES (USA), MKHULULI KHUSTA SIJORA & MILIHA MILLZ WILLIAMS (SA) FREE ENTRY before 6am Special … More African HipHop Caravan & Bad Mambo invade The Animal House
Ugandan Reggae MC Blessed San has been a regular fixture at Bad Mambo’s Rub-a-Dub events. The July 4th Rub-a-Dub Backyard Foodie Carnival saw him wow audiences alongside his long term musical companions Lady Slyke and DJ Ras Nesta with their heavy heavy brand of conscious reggae. He also makes frequent appearances with other Ugandan acts, … More Blessed San: “Blasting the scene with atomic energy!”