• The event organized by Radio Africa Events showcased and highlighted the richness of Urban culture through Fashion, Art, and Music.
The Drip Fest Festival is a Radio Africa Event that went down last week Sunday at the Carnivore grounds located in Lang'ata.
Radio Africa Events hosted a captivating showcase of urban culture, highlighting the fusion of fashion, art, and music.
Joining the event was an experience that opened the door to a world of creative expression and cultural diversity.
The festival was characterized by amazing outfits, a beautiful audience, and the very talented South African musician Dlala Thukzin.
Radio presenters such as the wonderful Kwambox were present and she gave a fantastic idea of what the drip festival was all about. According to her drip is all about music, good outfits, and good vibes.
"Drip ni mambo bad...Mambo ni matatu hapa, luku ni safi, vibes ni top of the top alafu muziki ni desameoo., mambo ni mataa."
She further went on and highlighted how awesome the event was and anyone who missed the event would have missed a chance of having an awesome time.
"Man if you missed this well I wanna tell you about 4.0 but you missed this umehataa."
According to various people who attended the event, Drip Fest is a place where one can express oneself through style, music, and the way you move.
Dlala was the main highlight of the day as he held down the dance grounds ensuring that party-goers had a great time at the event.
The Amapiano musician made the part-goers dance to his fine tunes for a good two hours nonstop. Below is a recap of how the event went down.
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