Party goers flocked the Tom Mboya Labour College to see an eclectic mix of artists, including headliners Akothee and Musa Jakadala alongside legendary Jua Cali, Timmy [email protected] and King Kaka.
On the main stage, Akothee displayed great dance moves embedded with her high energy singing vocals.
She also performed her hit collabo Oyoyo and Benefactor to close the show.
There was no doubt that the latest Ohangla kid on the block Musa Jakadala stole the show after his singing prowess and performance left every party goer demanding for his come back to the main stage.
Musa, who performed for an hour backed up by talented dancers, was celebrated by fired-up revellers as well as other artistes.
Saturday’s highlights included funk-dance by party goers, whose infectious disco-inspired anthems ensured an enthusiastic crowd grooved along.
King Kaka was not left behind adding new flavour to the event by performing his new single Mistarilionaire, while ending his performance with Tutaonana Baadaye featuring Amos & Josh.
Jua Cali sent the party goers crowd into a happy mood during his performance of feel-good club banger ‘Waaatu mnajua niaje’ .
The genge king also sang is latest hit – Najitoa.
The track is the fifth single off Jua Cali’s fourth upcoming album ‘Mali Ya Umma.’
The 38-year-old rapper last released an album in 2013 – TuGenge Yajayo.
The concert ended with the performance of Kasabuni by Timmy [email protected]
Commenting on the concert, KBL Head of Spirits, Anne Joy Muhoro said that Chrome Vodka has recorded tremendous growth since Sauti Sol came on board in February last year.
“The brand association with reputable musical artists has strengthened Chrome’s credibility and consumer affinity showcasing the drink as affordable, premium quality vodka. Together, we created a unique platform that resonated powerfully with our target consumer and they responded to it remarkably. We hope to continue the trend in 2018 where will further create memorable moments and experiences for our loyal consumers,” explained Mrs. Muhoro.