Friday, 30 September 2011


Rapper and actress E.V.E landed in Nairobi today morning ahead of the the Tusker All Stars Concert, due to be held at the Carnivore grounds on Saturday.
E-V-E is a Grammy Award-winning American rapper, songwriter, record producer and actress. Her first three albums have reached a total of over 8 million albums sold worldwide. She has also achieved success in fashion as she started a clothing line titled "Fetish."
Described as East Africa’s Biggest Concert, EABL Marketing Director, Kenya, Caroline Ndungu said that East Africa Breweries Ltd and the Tusker Brand Team had put together a show to remember.

 “The Tusker All Stars Concert, will feature a blend of local, regional and international artistes. Our very own Amani, Jaguar and the HotRod Band will be in action at the Concert and from the region, Alpha, from Rwanda, Msechu from Tanzania and Davies from Uganda will be showcasing some of their new work at the Concert. These Tusker Project Fame graduates have come a long way and we at EABL are proud to be part of their growth,” Ndungu said. “Shaggy, one of the biggest names in dance-hall and reggae music, needs no introduction; his music has entertained fans around the world since his 1995 single Bombastic.  Earlier this year, Shaggy launched the album “Summer in Kingston” which contains his hit single Sugarcane. To hear Sugarcane live, the Tusker All Stars Concert is the place to be.

And who doesn’t know Cabo Snoop? Cabo, our neighbour from Angola, is a kuduro artist from Luanda, Angola. Cabo's breakthrough song Windek is probably one of the most popular songs in Kenya! At the Tusker All Stars Concert, we will all get to hear songs from Cabo’s first album, Bluetooth.
Commenting on the mix of artistes selected to perform at Concert, Ndungu said the selection process was guided by Tuskers key brand benefits. “The brand Tusker is firmly rooted, it reflects our African Spirit and it is legendary,” Ndungu added. “The artistes you see here today have African roots, they are legendary, and perhaps I should say, Davies, Msechu and Alpha are on their way to becoming legends. Amani and Jaguar continue to set the pace in Kenya, and we are proud to have them on board.