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GetMziki – Promo Only June 2015 Edition


It’s that time of the month again. It’s the promo only June 2015 edition. You can access the previous promo only here.

With so many artists and tons of records being released on a weekly basis, it’s sometimes so hard to fully enjoy and digest records. Added with the hundred of records we receive from artists, we started having a monthly showcase of songs that we sifted through to find the cream of the crop that we believe deserve a few spins. The result is a 18-track compilation with a few bonus tracks. We showcase tons of records on a weekly basis and with everyone being busy with their daily lives, we decided to start showcasing records that are exclusive releases, chart setters, songs that will be future hits, present hits and everything else in between. Consider this as a music playlist to keep you abreast on what’s popping in the East African music scene.”

Here is the June 2015 Edition Playlist

Anto Neosoul Feat L.A.X- Nakupenda(Penda) (KE)
Nay wa Mitego Feat Diamond- Mapenzi Au Pesa (TZ)
Lypso – Salama (KE)
District 9 – Wat u do 2 Me (TZ)
Bamboo – Too Much Potential (KE)
Sudi and Jaguar – Barua Kwa Rais
Baraka Da Prince Ft Linah – Siachani Nawe (Remix) (TZ)
Armoury Bebe- Sibeni (KE)
Dazlah Feat Susumila- Kide Kide (KE)
Wangechi Feat Wangechi – Cardiac Arrest (KE)
Ivory Namara – I see You (KE)
Papa Denis and Dady Owen – Foundation (KE)
Rabbit Feat Rich Mavoko – Njoo(KE/TZ)
Amos and Josh Feat Rabbit- Baadaye(KE)
Frasha Feat Rap Damu – Wale wabaya(KE)
Atlas da African Feat Chameleon – Ahh Ahh Ahh (UG)
Ozhy -Marikahe (KE)
Dully Sykes- Shuka (TZ)
Hassani – Kigoto (TZ)

Download the zip file HERE

Shida Mbili- Asubuhi (****GetMziki 3 Piece Exclusive Download Friday)


Enough people have been asking about showcasing various three piece audios of songs. We will start posting various records and give everyone out there complete access to the song, instrumental and vocals.

Shida Mbili comprises of Grandda records Kenrazy and Visita. They released tow songs ‘Sexual fever” and “Asubuhi” on the same day. I really like the confidence in releasing music consistently records and their way of promoting records.

Here is what Grandpa records said about the record

Ladies n Gentlemen GrandPa Records honcho”Refigah heviweit”a.k.a showbiz think tank proudly presents to you the hottest duo in east africa”shida mbili”made up of kenrazy and visita, unleashing 2 big songs”sexual fever n asubuhi”live on radio maisha frm 2pm-3pm and one drive on one fm frm 4-5pm…..#GrandPa Government addressing the nation#wenye nchi.

Asubuhi is a great record that will get enough spins everywhere.

Listen to the song below:

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Jaya Feat. Lady Jaydee – Sasa


This is Kenyan songstress Jaya’s second release “SASA” (Right now) off her up-coming debut solo record. Her youtube page says that the song is about desisting from waiting for the proverbial “tomorrow”, and doing/feeling/thinking/”worrying” about today.

I like this. The record has a upbeat East African sound with just the right amount of dance to it.

Watch the video below:

Boneless- Superficial


We’ve featured Boneless before with Kusunga and Supasta before. On his latest offering produced and mastered by Saint Evo Boneless goes hard on this EDM type or record.His past record enjoyed undeniable success at radio and clubs. To keep the momentum rolling on, which in today’s music climate means releasing releasing record every couple of months, Boneless gives his listeners Superficial”.

Mainly done in the Kamba language, Boneless attacks the beat with some great flow. This bumps… Good work by all.

Listen to the audio below:

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Ivory Namara Feat Kelvin – I See You

I didn’t know anything about Kenyan Ivory Namara until a few months ago when I heard this record. Ivory was one of the contestants in the airtel trace music star competition who made it to the top nine. When I heard this record a few moths ago, a couple of things stuck to me instantly. One was the amazing tone and voice of Ivory and the natural feel good emotion in her voice. Two is the production on the record and the final mastered products. Fast forward and I have a folder of Atwal records that consistently get played in my music playlist. Remember the Name people: Atwal

Why lie, If I had a record company both Ivory Namara and Atwal would be on my list of an artist and producer to sign. I know haters are gonna hate and say the sound in “I See You” sounds like ABC’s sound, but I’m all about good music, quality production and the ability to create overwhelmingly consistent listening to records.

“I See You” is one of those records you can consistently listen to.

[Download the track here:]