The collaboration between Nonini and Wyre was something to talk about. Most people wondered how dancehall and genge would go together. I too waited for the song anxiously. Well the song is already here and trust me the collabo was a success.
The song is a fine mix. Both Nonini and Wyre are kings in their own Fields. The instrumentals and creativity is epic.
Well for those of you who haven’t listened to the song yet it talks about the future of music. Nonini is one of the artist that i have known for a long time.
He originally signed to Calif Records, but later joined Homeboys Productions. He was introduced to the Kenyan urban music scene through his debut single “Nonini ni Nani?” He achieved national and regional recognition with his 2002 track “Manzi wa Nairobi,” a song which praised the beauty of Kenyan women and a follow-up single “Weh Kamu”. He went on to release his debut album Hanyaring Game in late 2004 which included the hit “Keroro” a Kenyan slang (sheng) term for beer.Nonini is famed for releasing the first Genge hit early in his career.
Wyre on the other hand is Kenyan’s top artists\ who has been going stronger every time he releases a new Jam. Wyre has done Collaborations with international musicians such as a Alain from Jamaica releasing a jam titled Nakupenda pia.
Check out the Mbele audio below and watch the behind the scene launch of MBELE