Concert: Kasha, Jun. 4 2016 @ Michael Joseph Centre

May 27, 2016 at 10:32 am 1 comment

Kasha Poster Final 5-04
Date: 4th June 2016
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre
Time: 6.30-9 pm
Tickets: 400 Advance | 500 Gate.
Ticket Hotline: Mpesa 0792687909

Debut Concert for AfroSoulful Songbirds
On the 4th of June, all roads lead to the Michael Joseph Centre, for Kasha featuring Serro and Kalahi. A long time coming, this concert will act as a debut of their existing repertoire. Both Serro and Kalahi are soulful songbirds, with memorable lyrics and magnificent melodies.

An alumnus of Sauti Academy, Kalahi’s music is a mélange of genres like rhythm & blues, reggae and afro-soul.. Her music is very contemplative and easy to sing along to. Her debut release Kitunguu, decries the constant state of despondency that loving a hurtful being leaves one in. She, through catchy lyrics and intricate harmonies advises her fans to flee from lovers who would rather draw tears from your soul that fan the flames of love.
Serro has performed at a number or events, honing her skills each time and is well on her way to becoming a consummate performer. Her stage presence has been described as magical, belting melodies that span the emotional spectrum. Watch out for her soon to be released debut jam Rongai, where she bemoans the loss of a love she held dear due to infidelity.

Coincidentally, both Kalahi and Serro are working with the multi-faceted producer Polycarp, who happens to be a member of Sauti Sol. We cannot wait to see what awesomeness, this synergy gives rise to.

Kasha will be a celebration of love and life. Bring your zing, fun, friends and dancing shoes!

Featured artistes include Swigga, Ayrosh, Ministry of Mouth and Afisa who are all very soulful musicians. In short, you are in for a musical treat.

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  • 1. SERRO ON HER WAY TO RONGAI | Genuine Art Mastepiece  |  September 13, 2016 at 9:04 am

    […] and her all time friend Kalahi, who is quite the musician too had a concert called KASHA to basically celebrate love and life as they termed it. The place was lit and in attendance were […]

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