Multi-talented crooner Mbae is set to perform this Friday 1st April at Nairobi Street Kitchen alongside The Revolution Band.
Guests will be treated to a mélange of great music and dance from 7.30 pm and entrance is absolutely free. Typically, his live performances integrate live instruments, vocals, and different types of dance genres.
The self-taught singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, producer, dancer, and performer of the ‘Lishanoga’ fame has written songs that cut through different genres such as Zouk, Kizomba, Afro, and Afro-RnB.
He is also a proponent of artists leading the evolution towards immersive consumption of digital experiences.
Despite having danced for 3 years only, Mbae’s passion for dance has enabled him to integrate a variety of genres in dance that span Latin (salsa, kizomba, bachata), Afrobeat, Hip hop, and recently, amapiano, from South Africa.
Apart from being all-rounded artistically, Mbae’ss s stellar performance from Mang’ u High School in Kenya earned him a place in one of Europe’s most prestigious universities, Sciences Po Paris in France where he recently obtained a master’s in marketing.
He is the vision bearer of the Revolution The Band ( RTB ), which comprises some of the finest musicians of his generation. The band constitutes Guitarist – Elisha Opiyo, Pianist – Boaz, Saxophonist – Denilson Ochieng, drummer – Daniel Karisa, Bass guitarist – Eric Mayore, and Dancer – Deon Oburu