This article focuses on the song "Riziki" by the group Ja-Mnazi Afrika, one of the most successful Kenyan songs of the first decade of thr twenty-first century.
It explores issues around the ethnicity of the origins of songs and the effects this may have on the choices Kenyans make in the music they consume.
The Creative Economy Working Group met with the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and Heritage on 3 June 2019 to discuss the effective incorporation of arts and culture in the national agenda through policy and legislative reform, institutional development and capacity development.
This article highlights the life of the late Jane Nyambura (1965-2010) better known as Queen Jane and the lasting legacy of her contribution to female artists and the Kenyan cultural scene with her Kikuyu music.
The market for the goods and services of the cultural and creative industries is dynamic and growing.It has impressive potential for trade and thriving of small and medium sized enterprises, which are driven by culture and creativity.
This article explores the flair of the capoeira dance form which represents an expression of body,mind and spirit and has evolved over a long somewhat controversial history.
The article also covers how the first official capoeira schoolin Kenya, Capoeira Balanco Negro is redefining the local cultural scene through artistic and community activities.