Saturday, 9 April 2016

Remember This Name, Dandora Music, Kenya's Sensational Group Yet

The youngest Kenyan Hip Hop sensation 'Dandora Music' have teamed up with songstress Noni Mugera to write, and record a brand new single called 'Back in the days', produced by Kanyeria sounds.
"The song was inspired by our childhood memories and games such as Kati, Brikicho (Hide and seek), and many more," the band said.
The song has received a lot of media attention, and shares from big acts such Sauti Sol, Landan Balla, Iddi Singer, H_art the band, MDQ,Wyre and many more. It was shot in Dandora, and Kibera by Shutter Speed/Ondivow 
The video is out now on YouTube, to view click on the link below.
Dandora Music is a group of young, passionate, energetic, creative, and talented musicians from Dandora, Nairobi-Kenya.
Their musical journey began in the year 2012 after successfully graduating from Dandora Music School. Being the first students to graduate from the music school, they formed a group and called themselves "Dandora Music".
The group consists of 5 young talented boys - Francis Demesi aka Franso Kenya, and Chris Oyola aka Krizey, Dennis aka Denno, Elisha, and Fode. All the members of the group were born and raised in Dandora, growing up in harsh conditions faced with extreme poverty as they were from low income families, striving to make ends meet.

They recorded their first single "Jikaze", and have since recorded 7 songs leading up to their sophomore album called "Looking Up". They released a single by the same name, which featured, and produced by the legendary, multi-talented producer, Kanyeria of Niaje Studios. The album features the works of different music producers from Kenya like Kanyeria (Niaje Studios), Klein (Heart-Beat Studio), Sniper (G ganji), Johnso (Hewa Records), and Provoke (3D Music Kenya).

Promotions, and the hype leading up to their album launch has grabbed the media's attention, and have since been interviewed by major radio stations in Kenya, where they also launched their single "Looking Up".
The group's hard work and dedication has seen them cross Kenyan boarders, doing international tours in countries such as Sweden, and United States of America.
In addition, they have also shared the same stage with some of the biggest names in the Kenyan music scene such as P-Unit, Sauti Sol, Juacali, Octopizzo, Size 8, Christina Shusho (Tanzanian Female Gospel artiste), Jaguar, Gloria Muliro, and Willy Paul.
They have graced the following platforms to showcase their talents; Mwisho wa Mawazo Concert, Machakos People's Park Launch, "Serious Request-Ghetto Radio, Hip Hop Hook-Up, and The Matter Heart-Run