A welcome return from Nah Eeto as she blesses these sunny days with her latest single, Hunijui, which means 'You don't know me' in Swahili. The track builds on the bilingual rap that Nah does so well and it's complemented by some nicely atmospheric production from Jack Chard. Hunijui is available to stream at the usual spots.
A brand new interview with Nah Eeto arrived this week, as the first lady of Blah talks with Kenyan media outlet, Lit360. In the interview, Nah delves into her background and her heritage, as well as her career to date. She also breaks down her rap name and explains the meaning behind her tattoos. There is also a live freestyle performance at the end of the interview. It's a great insight into Nah and her music, plus it serves as a testament to her ability to bridge the gap between the music scenes in Kenya and the UK. You can watch the video now over on Blah IGTV.
Another night of mayhem is on the cards, as the party gods, Super Mega Bookings, bring Lee Scott and Jam Baxter to London to celebrate their most recent venture, Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000.
To help with the festivities, they will be joined by some familiar names and faces, including Stinkin Slumrok, Nah Eeto, Bill Shakes, Morriarchi, Sumgii and DJ Sammy B-Side. This all goes down on 8 November, at the Westbank Gallery in Notting Hill and tickets are available now via Ticket Arena.
It's that time again where we bless you with another visual gem, this time courtesy of Nah Eeto and her stunning 53 project. Bila You sees the sublime vocalist linking up with 616 production juggernaut, Sumgii, who concocted a dirty, looming beat, which sets the vibe perfectly for Eeto to do her thing. 53 is out now on the usual platforms.
Unless you've been sleeping for the past month, you will know that last week saw the 616 contingent roll into London's iconic Jazz Café for another teardown, as Cult Mountain reunited for their first gig in quite a while. Having split up weeks before purely so they could pull off a legitimate reunion show, Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Trellion and Sumgii hit the stage with all the debauchery, energy and sweg of Mötley Crüe c. 1985. They brought with them some of 616's finest friends and affiliates, including Nah Eeto, Stinkin Slumrok and Morriarchi. If you weren't able to catch the action in person then luckily for you we captured some of the historic takeover on camera, which you can see below. All photos taken by Harvey Fairley-Williams (IG @hwfpht).
We just dropped some brand new merch in honour of the inimitable Nah Eeto. Add some much needed sweg to your wardrobe with a cap and t-shirt, emblazoned with the iconic Mitsogo logo. Both items are available now over on the Blah store and you can see more photos of them below.
Fresh visual from the ever enticing Nah Eeto, as she continues to bless us with gold from her recent project. Mbona sees Eeto joining forces with fellow Kenyan artists, Thayu Mwas and Asum Garvey as the trio deliver their vocals over a nice beat from Lee Scott. The track is lifted from her recent 53 EP, which is available now via Blah Records.