34 GVNG comes through on ‘Miti Ni Dawa’ alongside Jegede and Manio (Video)

34 GVNG (Good Vibes No Guns), the group that is behind big hits such as Olunga, Poko.T and Wabebe, has dropped a new jam alongside Jegede and Manio and it’s a big tune.

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The track dubbed Miti Ni Dawa has been getting a lot of airplay since it was released a few days ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it or else we would not be reviewing it, would we? Okay, maybe we would but you get my point.


For starters, let me state that I am a huge fan of 34 GVNG. In as much as they are talented, sometimes I feel like they are so underrated because they don’t get a lot of attention like say Boondocks Gang, Sailors or Ethic.

Anyway, that is a story for another day. Let us get back to our review. The two members of the group who are on this track really did a good job.

34 GVNG's Vuva
34 GVNG’s Vuva

For some weird reason I can’t tell with certainty who the two are but it’s likely that it is Vuva and B.Razor and I think the former did a good job. His ability to play around with words is impeccable and so is his flow.

Jegede also aced it.  I mean, it is his song after all. He had some witty rhymes and to add to that his flow was not that bad and he also made a sick beat for this jam.

Listen to Miti Ni Dawa below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Josh Manio’s new banger ‘Rock Away’ is totally worth your time (Video)

Former Tusker Project Fame (TPF) contestant Josh Manio has released his third single after parting ways with Amos Muema.

The song dubbed Rock Away is about a man who is so obsessed with a certain lady and wants to spend every minute of his life with her.

This jam is such a beautiful composition. It is the kind of songs that you will listen to over and over without and you won’t be bored.

In my opinion, the reason that this song is exceptional, apart from the simple lyrics, is because of Manio’s vocals. He really nailed it!

The hook is also very simple, chances are you will master it in a couple of minutes. It goes like, “Baby let’s rock away, all night long, let’s rock away rock away baby.”

Notably, the video for Rock Away is also outstanding. The choreographers are so good and you will be glued from the moment you hit the play button.

The beat was produced by Terrence and he also did a good job. It has this vibe of a party song and a love ballad at the same time. Props to him.

Watch Rock Away here and tell us what you think.

Flying solo! Josh explains why he parted ways with former music partner Amos 

Amos & Josh duo is no longer together, the pop group has been disbanded and the two singers have since gone their separate ways.

Amos and Josh shot to fame during Tusker Project Fame reality show, the duo emerged as the first runners-up in TPF season 6.

They have released several hit song together, the most popular being ‘Baadaye’ featuring Rabbit King Kaka. The two singer experienced major challenges in 2017 and part of 2018 which forced them to take a break from music.

Also read: Amos and Josh: Last year we were so broke to the point of missing meals and lacking rent and other basics

Josh now Manio

Amos and Josh have now decided to go their separate ways, Josh currently goes by the stage name ‘Manio’. The singer explained why Amos and him decided to split.

Speaking during an interview with Radio Maisha, Manio said that it was a mutual agreement for the two of them to go their separate ways. He stress that there is no bad blood between Amos and him.

Manio said that taking a break from music helped them realize their individual potential, so they decided to do things differently individually.

“Hakukua na issues kati yetu, kulikua na issues around the brand Amos and Josh. Kwa sababu tulikua na production deal with the late producer, who I treasure so much, Bruce Odhiambo. Production deal haikua mzuri vile, ilianza kua na shida kidogo, so ikatu slow down. Tuka slow down on releasing music. The most part of 2017 and 2018 we didn’t release music. Kukosa kutoa ngoma inamaanisha hakuna gigs, kama hamna gigs inamaanisha hamna pesa.

“So this situation ni kama pressure ilikuja ika cause vitu vingi sana. As individuals tunagrow differently, tuko different age groups – we are five years apart between me and Amos that is something people don’t know- so kuna expectations za nyumbani. Unaambiwa eh unaoa lini? Unafanya hii mziki, hii mziki itakulisha?

“Such questions; ata wewe mwenyewe unaanza kujiambia wacha nianze kufanya vitu zingine nitafte dough. So we ended up going for other things. I started working with other artists… doing PR for corporate and Amos was shooting videos… Out of it tukaona its good also to allow individual expression. We unajiskia kufanya? Fanya haina shida. Out of what we gather from our individual experiences tunaweza kuja pamoja tukafanya kitu bigger. So it’s not really breaking, mi sioni kama Amos and Josh itawahi break, we have a whole album,”Manio narrated.