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For years artists have complained of little to unpaid royalties from Kenyan CMO's. In this episode get to know different ways in which these royalties can be earned through Music publishing. Also get to learn how you - the artist, can set yourself up for success using the various opportunities, both local and international publishing offers. Additi…
 
The ka-broads get together to one more episode. They talk about their experiences in the last 3 years and living under quarantine. New podcast theme by Kevin Hartnell - find him at https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_Hartnell If you have a bit of money - help out our frontliners in the Philippines by donating to Juan COVID Fight (https://www.f…
 
In this installment of The Listening Party get to hear the LAP mixtape and why Luki The Monster and Polaris Haven are the best Kenyan collaborative duo on a tape. Produced by Nene who's EP we covered in a previous episode alongside Ashi Akatsa the tape is a trip. Literally. The two artists take us with them in character as they go through a night o…
 
Jakk quill is one of the rising Kenyan acts in the hip hop scene who firmly believes in the release of bodies of work. This has served well in creating a fanbase for the rapper. With three projects - Lately, The Stash, and the most recent one New Decade Same Dreams, he has been able to prove that his presence is here for HipHop. I had a chance to c…
 
In this episode, we listen to Ends That Taught Us a project by record producer Nene. With a history of traditional music makers, he has been able to create his own style - a blend of the old and the new. Features on this body of work include Thayu Mwas, Dez, Alma, Polaris and Luki The Monster. Its also a mix of genres and themes that you can't help…
 
OTB presents Kurators of The Kulture featuring Miss Disi. Representing Major Beat Alert (MBA), Disi joins us on this the episode as we look through the current state of the Kenyan scene, get heropinions on the moves being made and those not being made by artists as well asgetting a sneak peek on what to expect from the camp. Made up of Jakk Quill, …
 
For this episode, there's not much to say but a whole lot of music for you to tune in to. You get to hear: 1. The Run - Taio Tripper2. Shiny Days - Jason Kalinga3. Happy Days - Young Haze ft IT 4. Nguruma - Xtatic, Smallz Lethal and Femi One 5. Hangla'O - Saleem6. Mass Observance - Romvn7. Yajayo - Crew Teflon (Bv Accurate, Timmy Blanco)8. Wonderla…
 
As we come to the end of a decade, a lot has changed within the Kenyan music scene and we are honestly just keeping up. For this episode we feature Kenyan music from various genres. Featured artists include Viib3z, Cathy Matete, Maandy, RIZE, Horoskop, Jublak and Boutross. This episode of December submissions has no other purpose other than getting…
 
The Empawa 100 was an effort by Mr Eazi aiming at improving artists opportunities within the industries by educating them on how to make all the right moves. Well for this episode LaMusicJunkie and Eugene look at the selected artists and where they are now as well as efforts similar to the Empawa initiative. Download and get to know more.…
 
For this episode of the listening party we look at The Stash Ep by Jakk Quill. Released in October this month the album is well structured with all the right collaboration and just the right amount of songs for a debut project. Get to listen to it and tell me what you think. All songs belong to the artist and are available on SoundCloud. Listen, sh…
 
How long should a music career last? The thing about Kenyan musicians is that once they've had their fill of the industry they introduce us to new artists then fall off. As much as this does work in refreshing the voices and stories we see on the scene, is it the best way? In this episode Eugene explores what it means to have a long game plan. How …
 
Hey there,Eugene presents to you the October playlist.This mix of music is solely meant to bring in a little twist to what you've been listening to. Featuring Chevy Kev, a new entry by Groove, there's a Sanaipei flip in there, a dash of Kahu$h and have you been to Bar Es Salaam?Download, listen and share. Tell us what you'd like to hear, get featur…
 
In the last 2 weeks, Euge has turned into a K-Pop fan, specifically of Red Velvet, and has asked help from Jessica to process his quick descent into K-Pop. They discuss the ways K-pop groups hook people in, and how it creates a want in fans to financially support their faves. Both of them also compare their experiences of being fans of other things…
 
James and Euge are back for some kiyemeing and curating. They've brought in, Jes, their resident K-pop fan to talk about the basics of K-Pop and the roles within each group. They also try to use the K-Pop Role framework with Pinoy boy and girl groups. What's Danny's role in Apo Hiking Society? How about Bernard Palanca in The Hunks? Lastly they dis…
 
We make playlists to fit out current moods. We go to certain clubs because we know they have the music we like. We are constantly looking for music that connects with us in a different way from just partying and celebrating. On this episode of #otbodke LaMuicJunkie and I tackle the issue of humanity in music. We talk about how artists should stop s…
 
He goes bythe acronym Trabolee – Truth Reigns Above But Only Love Exists Eternally, or bythe tag Tra is Art. And despite what you may think of him you can not box himin. Trabolee is one of Kenya’s prolific Mcees and he owes this to a past ofcompetition, poetry and good influences. His prowess has seen him share stageswith Wakadinali, Sage, HR The M…
 
Wassgood,on this episode meet Julie Brenda and Yvonne Kuria. Julie is an amazing singerwith a voice and quality compositions to boot. Signed to Mad RoyalsEntertainment she has just released #TIMEMACHINE a song she says reminds her of first lovejitters. Yvonne is a music pr agent. She has worked with H_art The Band, RedAcapella and is currently work…
 
Did you know Saint Evo was the first artist to release a Kenyan House Album?If there issomething about music is that no matter how much you listen to there willalways be something new, something different yet unsurprisingly different. Onthis episode, the lovey and lively LaMusicJunkie brings in Afrohouse funk fromKenya. We explore the genre as we g…
 
On this episodewe’re joined by Victor (@MegaMuia) from What is This podcast as we discuss thelatest in the Kenyan entertainment scene. From video vixens to Wakadinali’sSwitch Tv interview. We also play you a few of the songs we’ve been listeningto and a submission from Marcus Wi. Download or stream to hear all we’ve gotfor you. Follow uson social m…
 
We areback! We had to let you miss us, hehe. This episode seeks to find out just howmuch does culture influence music? Culture being the environment that we areeither exposed to, relate to or aspire to head for. Sure there is the elementof tradition in it too. Join us, LaMusicJunkie and the guys from What Is Thispodcast, as we debunk this and also …
 
It was just as well I hadn’t been a student of Hoyle, because I would have been drawn into defending his steady state theory, a task which would have been harder than denying global warming. Stephen Hawking Note: In this episode we have removed the well known pauses between each sentence of Stephen Hawkings speach pattern. This so that you will eas…
 
James and Euge discuss the very best pinoy rap song "S2pid Luv" by Salbakuta. How three pilyo rappers subverted the themes associated with rap music and pretty much created the template for hit rap songs to come. For comments, questions and suggestions email us at popphiltre@gmail.com Our intro music was created by Lee Rosever, check out his other …
 
On this episode of #OTBpodKe The Listening Party, we look at the work of Ares66. He is a producer and artist working under Big Beats Afriq and is known for his unique HipHop production as well as collaborations with artists such as Khaligraph Jones, Sagini and Wakadinali. It seems that being involved in only one aspect of music is not enough nowada…
 
What’s your favorite Kenyan TV show or film? On this episode of #OTBpodKe, LaMusicJunkie and I try to figure out how the Kenyan Film and Music industry are the largest entertainment sources yet they are still struggling? Also, we play you the finest of Kenyan film soundtracks. Download here!!Socials : Submissions:@OTBpodKe otpodke@gmail.com@LaMusic…
 
This week #OTBpodKe presents #KuratorsOfTheKulture. Here we get to be joined by personalities from all over the online media space as we talk about the latest issues within the music and entertainment scene. In this episode, Eugene is joined by the hosts of Adoveli Podcast – Adoveli and Pesh. We talk about; 1. #ChukuaSelfie – The star-studded colla…
 
As the month of February comes to a close and it is the month of love, we decided to bring you the RnB edition. This week on #OTBpodKe, Eugene is joined by LaMusicJunkie (Joy Ruguru) a music enthusiast and writer at Tangaza Magazine. The playlist is curated, cool conversations and the best from Kenyan SoundCloud artists. Listen, like, share and rem…
 
The listening party is an episode where we put one artist or body of work on the spot and listen to the music as we do our best to break it down. This week we look at Wangechi's SoundCloud Sunday EP and also play you some new music from Bey T. Listen, like, share and comment. Social Media; Twitter - @OTBpodKe , @_eugenekim #OTBpodKe…
 
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