My strength is solo rock artist Rish’s third single since she debuted with ‘The Hate Song’ just under a year ago. All these songs stand out on their own, but they have maintained one constant quality, delivery. With the help of some exquisite guitar work from the likes of Saidimu Kiereni and Amos Kiptoon, Rish has conjured a simple but replicable recipe for great rock songs. Mix that up with Rish’s confident and creative style then we have the template for the ideal rock song. And “My Strength” is no different. Continue reading “Song Review: Rish – My Strength”
Five songs to do battle. It was hard to choose. Collectively these are the songs that happened to dominate my playlist for the most part of the year.
Taken individually each of these songs has something glorious that sets it apart from the rest. They offer different and enlightening world views, the metropolitan flavour of Kenya’s landscape, two spectrums of the most powerful sentiments in the world and at another end the dance of life and death. Continue reading “Top Five Rock Songs of 2015”
I’ve listened to this song countless times, I have scoured its belly, examined its dental structure, looked into its eyes, all in an effort to see its true essence. What makes Baba Joshua tick?and not unlike jacob, i have wrestled with this celestial piece so that in the end it may speak its blessing upon me.
Continue reading “A Song Review of Culture Horizon’s – Baba Joshua”