Timmy Tdat shows off new multi-million shilling beautiful house

Timmy Tdat has had an amazing career and at one point he was the most sought-after and talk in Kenya however that was in the past and now his career is in a new phase. That does not mean he did not make hay while the sun was shining indeed he did.

Comedian YY should not have apologized to Kenrazy and Timmy Tdat because he is right

And we can see that in the new cottage he is currently showing of boasting that he now has a place to call home regardless of what happens to the world. This achievement was erected in his ancestral home of Alego, Siaya County.

Timmy Tdat Claps Back At Benzema For Criticizing Low Turnout Of Fans In ‘The Next Wave’ Concert

She shared several food then gave his fans a tour of the house and we have to admit it is a beautiful modern Cottage. We are glad to see that he made wise Investments from the money he has earned to artistry.

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Magix Enga is did big things in the local music scene in 2020

Kenya has no shortage of good music producers. However there are some whose work is a cut above the rest. One such person is Magix Enga.

You see, a beat plays a big part in determining whether a song will go viral or not. The lyrics and video are just meant to spice it up. You want to debate this?

If you are keen, I’m sure you’ve noticed that the beats for most viral Kenyan songs are always from three to four local music producers, one of them is Magix Enga.

Magix Enga
Magix Enga

If you hear, “Magix Enga on the beat” when a song is beginning, you just know that your eardrums are about to have the time of their lives. Where is the lie?

His greatest work to date (according to me of course) was Dundaing which was one of the biggest songs in 2018. Actually, it was the biggest!

Other songs that he has produced are; Digi Digi by Arrow Bwoy, Wembe by Timmy Tdat, Fire by P Unit, Dala Dala by Otile Brown, Matiati by Zzero Sufuri, We Run This by KRG. The list is endless.

If  you listen to the songs that he has produced, you’ll notice how distinct the beat is. It’s different from the norm. Perhaps this explains why anything he touches turns into gold instantly.

Magix Enga
Magix Enga

In my opinion, Magix Enga, who has been in the game for 10 years now, is taking Kenyan music to the international stage, with his signature beat, one song at a time.

He is showing us that it can be done by actually doing it. One day, when all is said and done, we’ll have him to thank for making Kenyan music enjoyable and helping artists to cross borders with their music.

Timmy Tdat debuts new mature haircut after shaving struggling dreadlocks (Photos)

Rapper Timmy Tdat is loved by his fans and this can be on his social media platforms. Most adore him for his bad boy vibe and truth is, fans can’t get enough of what he has to offer online.

Well apart from his voice, lovable personality, and perhaps most importantly, his signature dreadlocks; it now appears that Timmy Tdat has debuted his most surprising cut yet on his Instagram: a completely almost bald look.

That’s right, the singer shaved off his beautiful locks to make for his new mature look. The new photos shared by popular gossip tabloid left many tongues wagging; as most fans could not believe how handsome Timmy is. Most ladies in the comment section went on to praise him for the neat and mature look that has left him looking yummy.

Timmy TDat cover

Finally ready to grown up?

Well, for an artist Timmy Tdat was in a position to rock the locs and still work with cooperates; but believe me you, he actually looks way much better.

Probably this is because the dyed locs always gave this weird ‘unclean’ vibe; not forgetting the many scandals that left him looking like a play boy. Anyway, when you look at the new shaved Timmy Tdat; and that one we known for years, believe it when i Say he looks really hot.

Below are just a few photos shared online to flaunt the new hair do.

Timmy Tdat’s new look
Timmy Tdat
Timmy Tdat debuts mature look

“Hiyo kufura umefura isikudanganye” Bahati threatens Timmy Tdat following disrespectful comment

Bahati is quite pissed by the fact that rapper Timmy Tdat can publicly embarrass him without a care in the world. I mean being a father of 4 and probably more Bahati probably expected the likes of Timmy tdat who continue jumping up and down to respect him.

However to be disrespected by a man who as never changed diapers his entire life; came out pretty disturbing to a point of Bahati threatening the hip hop singer.

Bahati’s beach shorts causing a stir online

Well, it all started after Baba Majesty shared a photo wearing a pair beach shorts; which unfortunately left him looking some type of way. However being a celebrity, the young father had no problem sharing it until Timmy Tdat decided to drop a comment.

Also read:Boss moves! Timmy Tdat shows off the huge mansion that he’s building (Photos)

New beef brewing?

Being the savage he has always been; Timmy tdat did not hold back from making fun of Baba Heaven in the comment section. He went on to write;

Bahati and Timmy Tdat

 Napkins zimekutoa poa manze,usikue nayo sana itakuchoma

Unfortunately this joke did not impress Bahati who in turn responded by threatening Timmy Tdat. According to Bahati, Timmy’s sharp mouth will one day land him in trouble with as he (Bahati); is willing to hire goons who will deal with him on his behalf. He wrote;

Also read:‘She belongs to the streets!’ Kenyans react to video showing Timmy Tdat touching vixen’s private parts!

Hio kufura umefura isikudanganye mimi nitakuitania upigwe vibaya sana

At least the former gospel singer is aware that fighting with Timmy will require a lot of strength; and this is why he will have people who can do that on his behalf! Then again, with how the two love chasing clout, who knows…this might just be another of their public stunts!

Boss moves! Timmy Tdat shows off the huge mansion that he’s building (Photos)

Talented singer Timothy Owuor, better known as Timmy Tdat, has really come a long way. From his Welle Welle days to where is now as one of the most sought after artists in the region, it has been nothing but hard work.

Also read: ‘She belongs to the streets!’ Kenyans react to video showing Timmy Tdat touching vixen’s private parts!

And that is why most of us were not surprised when he shared the photo of the house that he has been building a few hours ago on his Instagram page because he really deserves it.

Timmy TDat cover
Timmy Tdat

The house in question has two floors and although it’s not complete, I’m sure it will not be long before he moves in and stops paying rent.

The location of the house is, however, not known but even that could not stop his fans from congratulating him on the big move.

He joins a long list of celebrities who have built their own houses and are now living in them. They are Vicky Pon Dis, Khaligraph Jones, Jalang’o, Oga Obinna etc.

Usually, most celebrities live in the moment and forget to invest in property only to live in squalor after going broke mostly because of women.

Here are the photos:


10 Kenyan artists whose concerts you must attend when lockdown is finally lifted

With the significant reduction of positive COVID-19 cases over the last two weeks, it seems things will soon go back to normal and the restrictions that had been put in place to curb the spread of the deadly virus will be lifted.

Also read: What next for Kenyan entertainment after COVID-19?

Measures such as banning large public gatherings and ordering the closure of clubs and have denied many Kenyans a chance to socialize and see their favourite artists performing live for a whole 6 months.

As such, I decided to write down a list of Kenyan artist who I feel many people, including yours truly, are eager to see performing on stage. Here are their names in no particular order and to be honest I don’t mind if someone can get all of them to do one show.

1. Mejja – Okwonkwo as he is popularly known has been on a roll since the year began. He has dropped fire collabos and I believe many people are yearning to see him on stage because he’s a showstopper.


2. Sauti Sol – If you watched Sauti Sol’s virtual concert last month then I’m sure you can’t wait to see them on stage soon because nothing beats a Sauti Sol live experience.

Sauti Sol

3. Nadia Mukami – She is arguably the biggest female artist in Kenya at the moment and to add to that, Nadia has also released many jams during the social distancing period that many people would want to see her performing live.

Nadia Mukami

4. Otile Brown – The mellow-voiced singer whose real name is Jacob Otieno Obunga dropped a fire album during the social distancing period and watching him perform those songs live will be an unforgettable experience.

Otile Brown
Otile Brown

5. Khaligraph Jones – The OG or Papa Jones has also been working really hard and if you have ever attended his show then you know that he means business when he gets on stage.

Khaligraph Jones and Ice Prince featured by Kofi Jamar in 'In The City'
Khaligraph Jones

6. Ssaru – I know many of you can not wait to see this lass performing because she literally blew up when we were in lockdown. To add to that, she has some dope wordplay and rhymes.


7. Timmy Tdat – I had to include the Dus Nyau hitmaker because his energy when he is on stage is unmatched. If you attend his concert, you go home feeling like you got value for your money.

Timmy Tdat enlists G Nako and Dogo Janja for 'I Don't Care'

8. Willy Paul – During the lockdown, Pozze has dropped collabos with Mejja, Nadia Mukami, Bien Aime, Ruby and done many successful single projects. Therefore, you just have to see him performing live.

Willy Paul pours his heart out in 'Magnetic'

9. Moji Short Babaa – If you are a promoter and you want an urban gospel artist who will pull huge crowds to your event then look no further than this chap.

Moji Short Babaa
Moji Short Babaa

10. Mbogi Genje – Many of us have gotten to see Gengetone groups like 34 GVNG, Sailors, Ochunglo Family, Ethic, etc. performing but we are yet to see Mbogi Genje and that would be an awesome experience because they are unique and so taleneted.

Mbogi Genje, the Gengetone group that has everyone talking
Mbogi Genje

‘She belongs to the streets!’ Kenyans react to video showing Timmy Tdat touching vixen’s private parts!

Timmy Tdat and a video vixen identified as Quinter have left fans on social media talking  thanks to a video showing the two engaging in a nasty act in-front of their people.

The two who are believed to have been shooting an upcoming video seem to have been on heat; and for some reason forgot that other people were watching.

As seen on the video Timmy Tdat goes ahead to touch Quinter Nimo’s private part; and since she was wearing nothing but a bikini, the lass appeared to enjoy whatever was going – don’t get me wrong, but come on!

Also read: What DNG, Timmy TDat and Johnny Depp have in common

Quinter Nimo, Video vixen who let Timmy Tdat explore her private part in front of people

Fans throw shade

The video making rounds on social media has sparked a heated debate as Kenyans on social media shame the lass for acting cheap; not my words but theirs!

Quinter Nimo’s actions have proved rumors claiming most video vixen prefer sex and little cash as payment could be true! And the sad part is that the lass cares less about what people think of her!

Also read: Why Timmy TDat struggles to maintain relevance despite his hits

Timmy Tdat
Thirsty Timmy Tdat

With such a reputation, we are not sure which artists will want to have her onboard; meaning might have ended as soon as it started.

Ezekiel Mutua whose known to critic such content has however not addressed the issue; but chances are that the video might be banned! Anyway, as for now Quinter Nimo can enjoy the fame before it gets sour.

As for Timmy Tdat, oh well we are used to his behavior and honestly we can’t wait to meet his daughter in future!

ONE ON ONE: Timmy Tdat reveals his plans of getting back on radio

A few days ago, I called up Timmy Tdat. I wanted to know how his collabo with Mr. Seed titled Sijali came to be but we ended up talking about other things such as; the Gengetone wave, his short stint on radio, relationships etc.

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

On working with Mr Seed the singer whose real name is Timothy Owuor revealed that they’ve always been friends, adding that they both grew up in the slums so it was not hard for them to relate.

Timmy Tdat

Timmy further explained that Mr Seed had sent him two songs in the past but he did not jump on them because he was not feeling their vibe and he wanted to release a big song with the Papa God Ooh singer.

We also talked about his short stint on radio and apparently he had to quit NRG Radio because he realized that his music career was lagging behind.

“I have always wanted to work in media. As a matter of fact, that is what I studied in school. So when someone approached me about an opportunity to work on radio I said yes,” Timmy explained.

He revealed that working on radio had two sides, a the good and the bad. One one hand, the Dus Nyau hitmaker was networking and landing endorsement deals while on the other hand he was making himself too available.

“As an artist or a brand, you are supposed to be scarce. If someone is constantly listening to you on radio they will opt to listen to other things because they know they will still listen to you the next day,” Timmy added.

Timmy Tdat
Timmy Tdat

Asked whether he would ever consider getting back on radio, he said maybe when he is old so that he can advice the youngsters who will be trying to penetrate the industry at the time.

About Gengetone, Timmy explained that it’s a blessing because it kicked out Nigerian, Tanzanian and South African songs from clubs and drew Kenyans back to listening to their own music.

Timmy Tdat also said that his bad boy image is just a brand that he has to maintain because that is how his fans want to see him comparing it to actors who are killers in movies but very polite in real life.

Listen to the full interview below.

Timmy Tdat enlists G Nako and Dogo Janja for ‘I Don’t Care’ (Video)

Highly-acclaimed Kenyan musician Timothy Owuor, better known as Timmy Tdat, has released a new jam alongside  Tanzania’s G Nako and Dogo Janja and it’s getting a lot of love from their fans.

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

The song titled I Don’t Care, which is off Timmy Tdat’s forthcoming EP dubbed Bonke, has been ruling the airwaves since it came out  few hours ago.

G Nako

To be honest, the first time I listen to this jam I didn’t really like it but with time I came to love it and now I can’t stop playing it. I guess it’s one of those songs that grow on you with time.

I’ll be the first to say that this collaboration was long overdue because it’s so infectious. There is just something about Timmy Tdat’s style and how it blends well Swahili rap that I can’t get enough of.

G Nako killed his verse. He has a natural flow and you just want to keep listening to him as he does his thing. To add to that, he also delivered an impeccable hook on this jam.

Dogo Janja

Dogo Janja also brought his A-game on this jam. Apart from his unique voice, this lad also has a some rare wordplay skills that will leave you with you with one finger stuck on the replay button.

As expected, our very own Timmy Tdat lived to the hype. If you are a huge fan of his, like myself, then I am sure you know that he is one of the best lyricists that we have in Kenya and he proved that yet again in this track.

To be honest, I was not really impressed by the beat. It is so basic. Maybe I find it different because it was made by a Tanzanian producer by the name Mr T Touch.

I absolutely love the video. Other than its crisp quality, I was also impressed by the lighting, styling, the sexy vixens, props, locations, lighting and the flawless scene transitioning.

Watch I Don’t Care below and tell us what you think.

Timmy Tdat’s heartfelt message after sharing distasteful video featuring Bongo singer Rosa Ree

Timmy Tdat has been keeping a low profile for months now. This is after his popular song Vitamin U was pulled down from YouTube; due to it’s dirty content.

The video which featured a naked Rosa Ree gave many a reason to complain; and criticized it for pornographic visuals. As usual Kenyans on social media demanded to have the filthy music pulled down adding that this was not a music video but an adult tape released in form of a song.

Steamy Vitamin U video

Judging from the video Timmy Tdat and his lady stripped down leaving nothing to imagination; as they gave their fans an up-close of their birthday suits – something that had never been witnessed in East Africa.

Rosa Ree arrested

While Kenyans on social media complained about the video; the Tanzanian government had already issued an arrest warrant for Rosa Ree. The lass is said to have spent a few nights in police custody before she was issued with a 6 months ban by BASATA who blocked from releasing any new music.

Rosa Ree and Timmy Tdat

Speaking about the ban, Timmy Tday told Mseto East Africa;

“Nilitoa video sababu ya Rosa Ree. Side ya Tanzania ilikuwa noma. Monday Tuesday na Wdnesday alikuwa kwa kesi tofauti. On Monday alikuwa sijui kwa akina nani, on Tuesday alikuwa kwa board ya filamu, on Wednesday alikuwa kwa BASATA yenyewe so the more ilikuwa inaendelea kukaa hapo ndio the more inakaa nikama yeye ni kichwa ngumu. You see those guys hawawezi kuelewa kwamba haiko kwa channel yake, iko kwa channel yangu na hawawezi kuelewa kwamba si ngoma yake ni yangu nimemshirikisha. Vile ameshakuwa mhusika ni noma already. Mimi kitu ningeweza kufanya the best ni kupull kwanza video, vitu zitulie alafu nipige edit,”

Timmy Tdat’s apology

During an interview with Wasafi TV just recently, Timmy Tdat used this opportunity to apologize to Tanzanians for his previous music video featuring Rosa Ree. He went on to open up saying;

Naomba kuwaomba msamaha mashabiki wangu wa Tanzania ambao hawakupendezwa na video ya vitamin u


Timmy Tdat links up with Sosuun on hot club banger ‘Sisi Ndio Kusema’ (Video)

Celebrated Kenyan singer Timothy Owuor, alias Timmy Tdat and famed for hits such as; Dus Nyau, Inaweza, Pogna Matin and Kipopo has dropped a new jam alongside Sosuun and it’s totally worth your time.

Also read: : It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

The song dubbed Sisi Ndio Kusema, which loosely translates to it’s up to us, has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and understandably so.


In my opinion, this track is one of the biggest collabos that Timmy Tdat has done in a very long time. Believe you me, you’ll retain this jam in your playlist for many weeks, perhaps even months.

Timmy Tdat’s flow in Sisi Ndio Kusema is impressive. This chap has a unique ability to match words and make some dope rhymes that will leave you scratching your head as you try to make sense of it all.

For instance in his verse, he says, “Na kama we ni mjanja si uliskia money talks, hii ndio machozi uliuliza hadi poko, si uliskia Zari alisema hataki apoko, Ringtone, hataki msoto.” I don’t know about you but this is legendary.

Timmy Tdat

Sosuun also aced it. She also has a good flow and to be honest, very few female rappers in this country can even dare to go against her in a rap battle.

The beat, which was produced by Jack On The Beat, is also dope. It is so infectious and you can not resist the urge to dance as you listen to this jam. Props to him.

The video execution is also on point because it has some impeccable shots. Notably, the flawless scene transitioning and styling will make you want to keep watching it.

Watch Sisi Ndio Kusema below and tell us what you think. Enjoy.


Timmy Tdat brings Uganda’s Beenie Gunter on board for ‘Uptown Girl’ (Video)

Every so often artists are told to try out different styles/musical approaches if they want to remain relevant and after so many years, Kenyan rapper Timothy Owuor, alias Timmy Tdat has finally heeded the advice.

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

The Dus Nyau hitmaker has teamed up Ugandan dancehall singer Beenie Gunter on a new jam dubbed Uptown Girl and it’s getting a lot of love from their fans.

Beenie Gunter
Beenie Gunter

Well, the track is about a lass who is driving the musicians because she’s so damn beautiful. I know you’re wondering what is new here since the two, especially Timmy, are always singing about women.

One of the things that makes it different for Timmy is the vibe of the song. It leans towards ragga/dancehall and a bit of traditional Uganda rhythms and as you all know, he is new to these genres.

Surprisingly, he really came through. Seriously though, when has he ever disappointed us? Timmy’s style blends well with that of Beenie Gunter so much so that you will retain this song on your playlist for a very long time.

Timmy Tdat

The beat did not affect his flow though I must admit that at some point, I found it strange that he was rapping to this kind of beat. Notably, Beenie Gunter also did a good job.

I have some concerns about the video because I didn’t like the execution. As I was watching it, I kept wondering why the director decided to centralise it in one particular scene yet there are beautiful shots that he could have taken.

Listen to Uptown Girl below and tell us what you think.

Ex Ray, Magix Enga, Timmy, Kristoff, Jua Cali and Harry Craze drop highly-anticipated jam ‘Nyoka Ya Shaba’ (Video)

The much-awaited track by Andrew Kibe, Kamene Goro, Xtian Dela, Ex Ray, Magix Enga, Timmy Tdat, Kristoff, Jua Cali and Harry Craze titled Nyoka Ya Shaba is finally out and it is eliciting mixed reactions from their fans.

Although the song, which was released a few days ago, has been rocking the airwaves it has left Kenyans wondering if Gengetone is on its deathbed with some saying the sound has become too cliche and/or predictable.


Magix Enga, Kamene Goro, Ex Ray and Xtian Dela.
Magix Enga, Kamene Goro, Ex Ray and Xtian Dela.

I have listened to the jam a couple of times since it came out and to be honest, I so indifferent because part of me was wowed and at the same time I feel there is nothing to write home about it.

I must give it to the musicians who were featured in this jam. I really loved how they were playing around with words and their rhymes were also sick.

If I had to pick 3 artists whose flow totally jazzed me then I’d settle on Timmy Tdat, Harry Craze and of course Baba Yao himself Jua Cali.

I’m not saying that Kristoff, Ex Ray and Magix Enga didn’t come through on Nyoka Ya Shaba, they actually did. The hook by the latter is so infectious that you will fill yourself singing along in no time.

Kristoff, who is often referred to as the King of Collabos, also aced it. His verse is so catchy and I am pretty sure you won’t forget the part where he said, “Niaje Kamene (mambo), kam nikukiss hii si Kameme (eiii).”

The artists who were featured in this song were well-thought out because their styles complement each other. Think of it like having the best of different worlds. I only wish they had included Rekless or Swat Mtoto Wa Eunice.

Magix Enga, Harry Craze and Ex Ray
Magix Enga, Harry Craze and Ex Ray

The beat by Magix Enga was sick. As you listen to this song, you can picture people busting moves to it at a party or a club.

The video, which was directed by the one and only VJ One, was also impeccable. Other than the sexy vixens, you will also agree with me that it had some dope shots and the scene transitioning was flawless.

In as much as I love this jam, I have to say that as you listen to it you can feel that Gengetone is dead because it does not slap as hard as the songs which were released in 2019 but then again maybe it’s just me.

Watch Nyoka Ya Shaba below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Timmy’s new collabo with Boondocks Gang dubbed ‘Kimangoto’ is a massive hit (Video)

Talented Kenyan singer Timothy Owuor, popularly known as Timmy Tdat, has teamed up with Boondocks Gang on a new released a new jam and we love it.

Also read: Boondocks Gang is the future of Kenyan music

The song dubbed Kimangoto has been receiving massive airplay on both local TV and radio stations since it dropped a few days ago.

Initially, I was skeptical about collabos between new-age artists and those who’ve been the game for a bit longer but I have since changed my mind. I think it is the right way.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

I enjoy both Timmy Tdat’s and Boondocks Gang’s music but when they came together on one song I lacked the right words to express myself.

This jam is a masterpiece not for any other reason but because it gives you the best of both worlds. It also shows that Gengetone is here to stay.

Although I loved Ex Ray’s and Odi Wa Muranga’s flow and rhymes in this jam, I know you will agree with me that the most underrated member of the group i.e. Edu Maddox nailed it in this one.

As expected, Timmy Tdat also came through. He style is very similar with these youngsters so much so that would be hard to tell who is who if you didn’t know their faces.

The one and only Vicky Pon Dis did a good job on the beat. I honestly can’t wait to see people dancing to this jam the next time I am out and about.

Although the video concept was also dope, I would have loved it even more had they not picked a school as a location and put on uniforms. This is entirely because of the things that they are signing about.

Watch Kimangoto below and tell us what you think.

Timmy Tdat has teamed up with Gwaash, K4Kanali and Wendee on ‘2 By 2’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Talented singer Timothy Owuor, better known as Timmy Tdat, has been featured on a new song alongside Volkhano, Wendee, Gwaash, K4Kanali & Padi and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Gwaash is exactly what Kenyan music industry needs

The song dubbed 2 By 2 talks about having two ladies instead of one because c’mon it’s the cold season, plus any other reason.

I really love this jam. As expected, Timmy’s verse is really on point and you just want to keep listening to him as he drops his punchlines. However, some might say that his lyrics are too risque.

Timmy Tdat

Volkhano also came through on this jam. To be honest, it was my first time listening to a song by him but I wasn’t really disappointed.

Wendee, the only female musician who was featured this jam, also did well. You guy, this lass has some dope bars.

Of course, K4Kanali also nailed it. Although I was impressed by his verse, I must say that he killed it on the hook. I don’t know, maybe it has something to do with his coarse voice.


Fat Boy Gwaash also did a good job. He has this rare storytelling skill that is really dope and you just want to keep listening to him.

The beat on this track was also dope. It’s very likely that you will get up to dance while listening to this jam or maybe it’s just me.


The video concept was also good. I don’t know about you but the vixens who were picked really know how to shake it.

Watch 2 By 2 below and tell us what you think.

Timmy Tdat reveals the main reason he pulled down ‘Vitamin U’ raunchy music video

Remember when Sauti Sol dropped Nishike and everybody thought this the video was too explicit? Well, this all changed when Timmy Tdat dropped Vitamin U featuring Rosa Ree.

 The visuals to Vitamin U were nothing like most Kenyan music lovers would have expected; Timmy Tdat and his lady stripped leaving to imagination as they gave their fans an up-close look of their birthday suits.

With the video available on YouTube to viewers of different age groups, Ezekiel Mutua could not stomach this and demanded for the video to be pulled down as he wrote to Google asking them to delete it.

Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree
Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree

Timmy Tdat shares his side of the story

Well, it took Timmy Tdat sometime before finally pulling the video down and according to him — he did this for Rosa Ree who apparently got into trouble with the Tanzanian government.

Speaking during his interview with Mseto East Africa, Timmy Tdat opened up saying;

“Nilitoa video sababu ya Rosa Ree. Side ya Tanzania ilikuwa noma. Monday Tuesday na Wdnesday alikuwa kwa kesi tofauti. On Monday alikuwa sijui kwa akina nani, on Tuesday alikuwa kwa board ya filamu, on Wednesday alikuwa kwa BASATA yenyewe so the more ilikuwa inaendelea kukaa hapo ndio the more inakaa nikama yeye ni kichwa ngumu. You see those guys hawawezi kuelewa kwamba haiko kwa channel yake, iko kwa channel yangu na hawawezi kuelewa kwamba si ngoma yake ni yangu nimemshirikisha. Vile ameshakuwa mhusika ni noma already. Mimi kitu ningeweza kufanya the best ni kupull kwanza video, vitu zitulie alafu nipige edit,”


How much is too much? The Timmy- Rosa Ree duo “Vitamin U” that got Kenyans talking

When we thought we had seen it all from the Gengetone squad , then came the “Vitamin U” duo. Then Kenyans got excited. I mean we know that Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree are a couple, and a raunchy one for that matter. They are also not shy to display their affection to each other.

Some say they are trying to ape  the superstars Cardi B and Offset. But well we don’t know and also remember this is Kenya Papi . We play morality cops.

How much is too much?

However, one asks how much is too much when it comes to affection and body show?

The couple Timmy and Rosa Ree have dropped a new jam dubbed “Vitamin U”, its a beautiful song yes, but the visuals eiiishh!!!

Roa Ree ft Timm Tdat

The nakedness put out in this video is tantamount to what some say too much skin for the eyes. Some likening it to shear pornography. You think?

Timmy  Tdat and Rosa Ree’s video is a bit too explicit, to the extent that Kenyans  have called it out as among those that should be banned. Should it

I don’t really know what happened this week, but this Friday seems to have had the worst release of extreme raunchy music.

To ban or not to?

Look at it this way the the song by Ethic also has its negatives that got the film Classification Board Chair Dr Ezekiel Mutua banning it.

Another in the same connotation is  Ochungulo Family’s song “Dudu” you see some girls chained on a leash like a dog. I mean how?

While it maybe true that some girls are letting lose in the name of working as “vixens”  but being put on a leash? Nooo!!! that is just too much.

Surely, what the hell is going on the writing of music?  The bull that runs around in the name of creativity is getting out of hand.

In my opinion Mutua might get out hand sometimes with the bans  but I advocate for it. On the other hand, too much explicitly should not be made norm!

Is Timmy Tdat imitating new-age musicians?

There has been a raging debate about Timmy Tdat’s new release dubbed Were, a song that praises women who are well-endowed. Yaani, wale wamejibeba!

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

The song is a bit vulgar, as such some people claim that he is trying to imitate new-age artists who know no bounds when it comes to their lyrics.

I find this interesting because if have always been a fan of Timmy Tdat, like yours truly then you know that he has always been like that.

Timmy Tdat

Although he has undergone some transformation in the last few years, the Welle Welle hitmaker has been known to infuse dirty lyrics in his songs since time immemorial.

If vulgar music had a godfather, then it would be Timmy Tdat if not Nonini. You could even say that new-age musicians are imitating him.

For some reason, Timmy Tdat has been shying away from that kind of music until he released the song a few days ago.

The way I see it, that’s a new low for him because you would think he has since grown but that appears not to be the case.

He should leave dirty music to the youngins and sing about more sensible things but that’s just me.

Listen to Were below.

Timmy Tdat’s bae Rosa Ree is back with a diss track ‘What You Know’ (Audio)

Tanzanian rapper Rosa Ree, who’s also fondly known as the goddess of rap, has dropped a new single barely a fortnight after she released Nguvu Za Kiume.

Also read: How Rosa Ree rescued Timmy Tdat’s music career

Dubbed What You Know, the jam is about the fact that you’ll never know so much about another person so you should not judge them.

In the song, Rosa Ree explains that most people just see her on TV but they don’t really know her or what she’s about.

At some point, she says, “How you gon’ judge me, say you don’t like me, how you gon’ feel like you’re relevant to me?”

Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree
Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree

The way I see it, What You Know is a diss track to all her haters, I’m just lucky that I am and ardent fan of hers.

As expected, Rosa Ree’s delivery on this jam is really on point. Like, really.

She infused rap with singing and the output is so pleasing to the ear, you just want to keep listening.

The other thing that struck me about this jam is the fact that she can spit bars in English despite fact that she hails from Tanzania.

The song was produced by Sakhile and he did a great job, the beat is slow but I have a feeling that you can still turn up to this jam.

Listen to What You Know below and tell us what you think.

Akothee Vs Size 8 Vs Fena Gitu: Who is the best stage performer? 

A few weeks ago, we had a poll where we asked you to pick whose concert you would attend among Willy Paul, Khaligraph Jones and Timmy Tdat and get value for your money because, let’s face it, we all attend gigs to be entertained.

I later realized that I had not featured any female artist on that poll and that’s why I decided to do a female version of it to see who you think can really own the stage from a list of three of the most sought after Kenyan female artists i.e. Akothee, Fena Gitu and Size 8.

Also read: Timmy Tdat Vs Willy Paul Vs Khaligraph: Who is the best live performer?

Having watched performances of all the three, I think they all have it in them. You will definitely have the time of your life if you attend their. events. However, today we’d like to pit them against each other to see who you would settle on if you had to pick only one.



As you would expect, Esther Akoth, alias Akothee, is really energetic when she is on stage. Put simply, she knows how to own it. From the well-choreographed moves with her dances to her ability to improvise to how she engages the crowd, you will be left begging for more.

Fena Gitu

Fena Gitu
Fena Gitu

Unlike the other two, Fena is not jumpy on stage but that does not necessarily mean that she’s boring. Apart from having good crowd control skills, the Steam hit maker also oozes swagger when she’s on stage and maybe, just maybe this is why her fans really love her.

Size 8

Size 8
Size 8

Linet Munyali, alias Size 8, has always been known to be a great performer. In my opinion, that has not changed even after she crossed over to the gospel industry. Apart from being flexible and energetic, the Mateke hit maker also knows how to interact with the crowd.

That being said, who are you willing to put your money on? According to you, who is the best stage performer among the three? Tell us below.

Timmy Tdat’s new jam ‘Were’ is all about ladies’ thickness and we love it (Video)

Kenyan singer Timothy Owuor, alias Timmy Tdat, has dropped a new jam and it’s a massive hit.

Dubbed Were, which means derriere, the song praises all the women who are well-endowed and have the ideal shape.

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

In the song, Timmy explains what you should do those thick rears but we won’t go into that now because we are civilized people, aren’t we? The only way you can find out is by listening to the song.

Some of you will be quick to point out that that the song is childish and I’m willing to bet that you are so much fun at parties.

Timmy Tdat
Timmy Tdat

One of the things that struck me about this song is the infusion of one of the most popular wedding songs by Kayamba Africa in this song. The song is titled Mugithi.

If you are keen you’ll notice that the beat changes slightly at 2:26. You might get the feeling that you are attending a wedding. Okay, maybe I’m pushing it but I hope you get my point.

The song was produced by the one and only Vicky Pon Dis and he did a great job ladies and gentlemen. As I was listening to this jam, I could visualize people in a club jamming to it.

Listen to Were below and tell us what you think.

Timmy Tdat’s bae Rosa Ree has thrown major shade in her new jam ‘Nguvu Za Kiume'(Video)

Tanzanian rapper Rosa Ree, who’s also fondly known as the goddess of rap, has gone bare-knuckle in her new jam.

Dubbed Nguvu Za Kiume, the song is all about how the Banjuka hit-maker is capable of standing up to men despite the fact that she’s a woman. Put simply, she has male stamina. (At least that’s how I understood it).

Also read: How Rosa Ree rescued Timmy Tdat’s music career

Part of the video was shot inside a boxing ring and helps paint a clearer picture of what Rosa Ree is talking about.

As expected, she really came through with some mad energy. It’s also worth mentioning that her wordplay was also on point.

Actually, she decided to throw punches at all men and make them feel a little bit uncomfortable.

There’s a a particular line that really caught my attention. It’s the part where she says, “Nawakalisha na nimevaa sidiria, sina nguvu za soda wala za bia.”

If your Swahili is terrible like mine, then you should know that she saying that she can make men sit down yet she’s putting on a bra. (Feel free to correct me if I am wrong).

I don’t know ho you all feel about this but I’m not so happy. Anyway I am just kidding, that wordplay is out of this world.

The song was produced by Ibrah Jacko and directed by Traveler.  In my opinion, they both did a commendable job.

Watch Nguvu Za Kiume below and tell us what you think.

How Rosa Ree rescued Timmy Tdat’s music career

In my opinion, Timothy Owuor, alias Timmy Tdat has Rosa Ree to thank for salvaging his music careers because let’s be honest, the Wembe hit maker was done and dusted before she appeared out of the blue.

Also read: It’s official, Timmy Tdat is back to his winning ways!

For the most part of 2018, most people, including yours truly, felt like Timmy was just releasing songs for the sake of it. They were not only flat but also boring, even if you had the worst taste you could not stand that kind of music.

Some of his diehard fans claimed that  his radio gig was taking a huge chunk of his time leaving him with very little time to go to studio. Maybe that’s true, maybe it’s not but the bottomline is that his career was going down the drain.

Timmy Tdat

Somewhere along the way, maybe after he came face to face with reality, Timmy quit his radio job and he decided to focus all his energy on resuscitating his music career which had really suffered.

As the year began, he released Atekwe alongside Redsan and this marked the beginning of his resurrection. Before we knew it, he dropped another fire jam with Tanzanian rapper Rosa Ree dubbed Kipopo.

A few weeks later, Rosa Ree featured him on the remix of her song titled Asante Baba and this marked the re-birth of Timmy. Most of us realised that he still has it in him and that we should never underestimate him.

Rosa Ree managed to bring him out of his cocoon and this is evidenced by the fact that his most recent release dubbed Achika is getting massive airplay. As you listen to it, you’ll realise that he has become a better version of his old self.

Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree
Timmy Tdat and Rosa Ree

Timmy and Rosa Ree both have unmatched energy. Rumor has it that they are dating and they way I see it, it’s not such a bad thing since they bring the best out of each other. I’m sorry if you feel I am becoming mushy but it is what it is.

Timmy could not have met her at a better time because chances are if their paths didn’t cross, he would still be releasing boring and flat songs that no one would bother to listen to. Props to Rosa Ree!

Listen to his collabo with Rosa Ree dubbed Kipopo below.

Magix Enga Vs Motif Di Don: Who is the baddest producer?

These days, almost every song begins with the words, “Motif Di Don” or “Magix Enga on the beat”. You would be tempted to think that the two are the only music producers in the country which is not the case.

Also read: Magix Enga has taken Kenyan music to the international stage

While the are are countless music producers in Kenya, the work of Magix Enga and Motif Di Don really stands out. They have a distinct approach and this explains why they are a cut above the rest and the most-sought after beat makers.

Motif Di Don
Motif Di Don

Each of them has worked with the biggest names in the entertainment industry and in a way they have helped propel the new Kenyan sound that made many people realize that they can actually enjoy local music.

Magix Enga has worked with the likes of Otile Brown, Timmy Tdat, Arrow Bwoy, KRG The Don, P-Unit, Zzero Sufuri, Ethic, Alvindo, King Kaka, Kristoff, Khaligraph Jones, Prezzo, Naiboi, Mejja, Rankaddah. The list is endless.

On the other hand, Motif Di Don has produced songs for Masauti, Ethic, Otile Brown, Khaligraph Jones, Masterpiece, Nadia Mukami, Qritical, Pro & Lava Lava and Rayvanny who are both Tanzanian singers.

If you are a fan of Kenyan music, like yours truly, then I’m sure you’ve seen your favourite local musician in the aforementioned names. What’s even more is that most of them are big acts which also means that Magix Enga and Motif Di Don are the baddest producers around.

Magix Enga
Magix Enga

In as much as they are both incredible and doing their very best to grow the local industry, at the end of the day, one of them has to be better than the other and that’s what I want to find out from you. I’d like to know your perspective of them.

So tell me, who do you think is the baddest producers between Magix Enga and Motif Di Don? Leave a comment below.

Timmy Tdat Vs Willy Paul Vs Khaligraph: Who is the best live performer?

When you attend a gig, you expect to be entertained and this largely depends on the performers and what they do on stage. Truth is, anyone can get on stage but very few people can own it. (I sound like a motivational speaker at this point).

I have attended a couple of gigs over the last few years and watched some on YouTube and in my honest opinion some of the best live Kenyan performers are; The Kansoul, Jua Cali, Juliani, Nameless, Sauti Sol, Avril, Timmy Tdat, Willy Paul and Khaligraph Jones.

Today, we’ll focus on the last three names because they are individuals who are current i.e. they don’t belong to any groups and they have been in the game for almost the same period of time and they are still relevant to date.

We would like to find out who among the three you consider the best live performer and why. What makes each of them stand out and why? We want to know how they manage to pull large crowds to their events.

Willy Paul

Willy Paul
Willy Paul

Apart from having mad energy while performing, the Tam Tam hitmaker is known to pull stunts on stage. He always does something unexpected perhaps this is why his fans can’t get enough of him.

Timmy Tdat

Timmy Tdat

The Kipopo hitmaker is not only energetic, he also knows how to interact with the crowd. To add to that, he’s likely to dance seductively with a girl on stage during a gig.

Khaligraph Jones

Khaligraph Jones
Khaligraph Jones

The O.G as he is popularly known is good at crowd control. He’s not jumpy like the other two but if you attend his gig, you’ll definitely get value for your money. He has a unique style of entertaining his fans and in my opinion, it works for him.

According to you, who among the three is the be best live performer? Tell us!

Arrow Bwoy needs to be very careful

To date, I’m yet to come across a song by Arrow Bwoy that I didn’t think was a hit or that I didn’t vibe to at all. It almost as if everything he touches turns into gold. I’m sure you agree, don’t you?

The singer whose real name is Ali Yusuf this rare gift of infusing English, Swahili and Luganda lyrics and ends up with a very unique and beautiful sound. The beat justs complements his style.

Arrow Bwoy
Arrow Bwoy

Unlike what most people think, Arrow Bwoy is not a newbie. He has been in the game since 2012 when he was part of a group called QBIC. He ventured out on his on in 2015 and got his first hit Digi Digi in 2017.

Since then, his star has continued to shine so much so that he even landed collabos with Jamaican heavyweights Demarco and Cecile. This is not a small feat but I’m sure you already knew that.

Locally, he has worked with the likes of Gabu, Masauti, Otile Brown, Timmy Tdat, Nadia Mukami, Sudi Boy, King Kaka, Krg The Don, Voltage Music, Jovial just to name a few.

As you listen to all his songs, you can’t fail to appreciate his ingenuity. However, you’ll also notice that he sounds pretty much the same in all of them which to be honest, I feel like it’s something that might curtail his success.

Arrow Bwoy
Arrow Bwoy

You see, in as much as all songs are done by the same person, hence they will have the same voice, music fans expect you to vary your songs so that you don’t bore them the way Jaguar did. It’s just what it is.

In my opinion, Arrow Bwoy needs to be careful or he will lose relevance in no time. He should look for ways of varying his sound so that his fans don’t feel like they are listening to the same song over and over

Listen to his latest release dubbed Ngeta below.