On Saturday, Jamaican artist, Kranium was in Nairobi for his #FreeYourMindConcert was mind blowing put together by Zippa tickets, Concord hotels and A-one Entertainment. Hosted by Amina Abdi and G-money on the decks,  the concert was meant to be mind-blowing.  DJ Malaika and DJ Dii were also on the decks representing the divas. Speaking of divas, other artists who brought the Museum Hill Ballroom Casino down were South African artists Busiswa the queen herself and DJ Maphorisa. Our very own Hart The Band also won the hearts of Kenyan ladies with their live guitar-backed performance. We could not help but sing along to their very relatable love songs.

Dj Maphorisa did not just rock the stage on the decks but also rogad us alongside Busiswa who taught the crowd how to pronounce one of her songs Gobisiqolo. There was a lot of tongue use I must say. I wonder how they do it .

Kranium gave a show of the decade that most Kenyans will never forget.

Not only did he give us a taste of Jamaica, but he tried to blend Kasabun for a moment. Yes! Kasabun’s Timmy T-dat was vividly honoured to share a stage  with the star. They synced so well that if he did not holla for a collaboration afterwards,he would be failing himself and all his fans at large.

Other artists who Kranium invited on stage are Nigeria’s Phenom and LK Kuddy who were received well as they taught us how to do the ShakuShaku dance.

The showstopper of the night, Kranium won the hearts of many Kenyan ladies by confessing how he wanted a taste of a Kenyan lady (at least before he returns home).

Well, he got what he wanted. The Can’t Believe  hit maker got a lot of love from several ladies who fought their way to the stage just to grind on him.

Seems like Jamaican artists are back at it with their electric performances on stage. The last time we had an almost similar show here in Kenya was from Bend Over hit maker RDX.