Posts tagged ‘Nazizi’
Performing Artists: Nazizi, The Villagers Band, Amani
Music by Dj Kafi
Nyama Choma and Drinks on Sale
CISP in collaboration with the Malindi community, the local authorities and the private sector under the patronage of the Italian Cooperation presents the 3rd edition of the Malindi Music Festival for Children on 1st December at the Old Sinbad Hotel Grounds.
Come join us, it is a free event with a rich menu to entertain!
It is a celebration of culture and ethnic diversity through art and music to promote PEACE. Starts with a children’s exhibition on art and poetry followed by an electrifying music concert by Eric Wainaina, Juliani, Nazizi and MADCA.
3:00 pm: Peace Parade
Peace Parade starts from Malindi Stadium to the Old Sinbad Hotel
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm: Children Art Exhibition
Exhibition of art, drama and poetry by children on Peace at Old Sinbad, Lamu Road (next to Casino)
8:30 pm to 11:00 pm: Music Concert
Live performance by Eric Wainaina, Juliani, Nazizi and MADCA at Old Sinbad, Lamu Road (next to Casino)
L-NESS aka Lydia Owano Akwabi is one of the top femcees representing Hip Hop in the Kenyan music scene. Her first appearance in the Hip Hop scene featured a song on Ukoo Flani Mau Mau’s album Kilio Cha Haki. Later on she released separate singles titled Mezesha and Big Up among others. In the course of her career L-NESS has performed at events like Hip Hop Halisi, Jukwaani, WAPI and Translating Hip Hop both as a main and supporting artist.
L-NESS finally presents her debut album Simangwe. The album launch titled Gal Power! demands to share the passion of music and rap from a girl’s point of view by celebrating Hip Hop and its elements.
The content of her lyrics articulate the strength of women in a male dominated industry and world, and her songs promote and encourage women of all walks of life to speak for themselves and highlight issues that affect them, thereby creating a change of attitude in the society.
Various femcees from the region, are featured like Nazizi, Extatic, Tafash, Candy, Taamic and Radii.
During the launch DJ Prim will be on the decks.
WAPI Girls Can Rhyme is for the Ladies. The best of female hip hop talent in Kenya featuring Radio 1’s Adelle, Nazizi, Fenamenal, Ngwatilo, Xtatic, Wanjiku Mwaurah, Lness, Rachael, Michelle the Brand, Sharon Alai supported by some good males Anto Neosoul & Point Blank
Date: December 17, 2011
Venue: Sarakasi Dome
For more info check their facebook event page