• Nadia Mukami is eyeing a collabo with Congolese singer Fally Ipupa.

• He already has a collabo with Sauti Sol.

Nadia Mukami.
Image: Instagram

Singer Nadia Mukami is eyeing a collaboration with Congolese singer Fally Ipupa. Through her Insta stories, the mother of one said that despite being described as one of the best female artistes, she is not yet there.

"The day I will collabo with Fally Ipupa I will have made it in life, For now badoo. My dream collabo."

When Fally visited Kenya in 2016, he revealed plans to do more collaborations with Kenyans artists. He already has a collabo out with Sauti Sol.

"I will look for more artistes to work with."

Fally was representing the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the six new countries added to the Coke Studio at the time.

In an interview with Afropop, Fally said music is like sports where one needs to pass to the other.

"One won’t be here forever; I think that at a given moment, one has to know how to push young artists, and other artists in general, one has to open doors for other talented artists. Nadia is currently one of the best female singers in Kenya.

Nadia Mukami.
Image: Instagram

A few weeks ago, she shared insights on what's ailing the creative industry.

Her list comprised three-pointers; cohesiveness, leadership, and engagement platforms to champion policy advocacy. Taking it to her Instagram platform, she wrote,

"The creative industry in Kenya lacks cohesiveness, leadership, and engagement platforms to champion policy advocacy. #Creative economy."

The 'Kai Wangu' hitmaker, took it a notch higher as she added,

"Concerns about lack of up-to-date statistics about the sector's growth in terms of value has also made it difficult for industries such as media, policymakers and relevant stakeholders to gauge the sector's real potential."

Nadia's nuggets are contrary to what the self-proclaimed President of African comedy, Eric Omondi, has been advocating.

The controversial content creator has been chairing a discussion that's probably getting out of hand, noting that Kenyan artists need showbiz or, in other words, vipindi's to break out. 

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