Singer Nandi confirms she’s dating Arrow Boy? Take a look

Kenyan rising star Nadia Mukami has confirmed that she is dating fellow artist Arrow Bwoy.

Her latest song with Arrow Bwoy ‘Radio Love’ made her fans speculate that the two were dating because of the chemistry they had in the video. Nandi is currently hitting charts, making headlines and doing good in Kenyan Music.

The two at first denied the rumors saying that their work is professional. Nadia became very vocal about it in an interview and  said that “He is taken and I don’t want to ruin people’s family”.

Still together

She has now decided to come clean on a segment of Questions and Answers on Facebook to confirm that Arrow Bwoy is still her bae.

One fan asked “Niliskia kwa blogs ati ulidump Arrow Bwoy, how?”

She then replied “Bado ni bae”.

Swag! Tanzanian singer Nandi claims shoes she wore at her album is worth a quarter acre in Makueni

Tanzanian singer Nandi recently had a lovely album launch that attracted several big names in the industry.

The singer hosted the album launch at Kileleshwa in Nairobi where she confessed that she did so because she loves Nairobi and it’s her second home.

“Because, Nairobi ni second home yangu. Nachokitarajia hasa apa ni uwepo wa watu kwa wingi. Sijaingia ndani nikajua lakini naamini watu wa Nairobi, Kenya, wamekuja kunisupport kwa hali ya juu. Kwa sababu naamini tuna mafans wengi sana,” she said then.


The singer has come out to share that on her album launch she wore a pair of shoes worth Ksh 15o,000, a pair of black Versace heels that she bought at an offer.

Speaking in an interview with Tanzanian radio station Times FM, Nandy refuted claims she spent KSh 200,000 but confirmed she parted with KSh 150,000.

”I bought the shoe because it is trending and expensive. So I saved money and bought it for about KSh 150,000,” she said.

Less hate for Willy Paul after releasing new song with Rayvanny(video) 

Gospel singer Willy Paul for the first time in along time has managed to avoid trolls and shuns after releasing a new song.

Willy Paul has teamed up with Bongo star Rayvanny for the new love song dubbed “Mmmh” which has gotten some really positive remarks.

Despite being a gospel artist, Willy Paul has continued to further his career in to a secular space, something that has always left tongues wagging.


Like most of Pozze’s music, Mmmh sees the two stars combine to sing about their infatuation with a beautiful girl. The song has managed to pull in almost 250K views already after being released just a day ago.

Watch it below:

Alkaida! Willy Paul finally explains why he works more with secular artists than gospel 

Every year, gospel singer Willy Paul releases more un-gospel-like music despite being a born again singer. Kenyans have always hated him for this, rebuking him online every time he has new music out.

During the weekend, the singer appeared on KTN’s music show Str8 UP where he finally opened up to why he’s always looking to work with secular guys.

In his defense, people should work with anyone willing to spread the word of God despite their background.

“God is love, and I work with my brothers and sisters because we are spreading the word of God, which is love,” Willy Paul said. 


Willy Paul’s comments come at a time Kenyans have shown frustrations over the current gospel industry state which has been accused of hypocrisy.

After annoying many for so long, Willy Paul finally releases a song that Kenyans like

Singer Willy Paul for the better part of this year has been trending for the wrong reasons thanks to his lifestyle and music.

The singer has released several songs that Kenyans were quick to label as trash and conclude that the talented singer is running out of ideas. Outside music, the singer has been criticized heavily for his ungodly lifestyle.

Controversial name

Willy Paul  has however managed to temporarily redeem his image after releasing his new song “Kanungo” that has left Kenyans impressed. The name of the song is controversial since it means sex and many were expecting similar context when the singer first announced the song.

The song, which he said was based on a true story, is about a love story gone sour but…it’s not really a gospel song. Kenyans however, unlike his other songs this year, have warmed up to it. The song comes less than a week after the singer released a diss track dubbed Alkaida that was highly criticized.

Listen to the song below:

Tanzanian singer Nandy reveals that collabo with Pozze was her idea, says men derail women’s career 

Tanzanian singer Nandy, who made a name in Kenya after her collabo with Willy Paul dubbed “Njiwa” has revealed that the song was her idea and it all started after he bumped into the singer.

“I met Willy Paul when I came for a media tour here in Kenya for my song ninogeshe. He had a conversation with my manager before so when i came, it was the right time. He gave me a song from his studio and I told him that he had to change so I gave him a song. So we did njiwa, he loved it and then we shot it,” she said. 

The singer also opened up of how men tend to derail women in their careers when making advances on them. According to the singer, all female musicians meet with hungry men or are always asked to dish out their cookies in exchange of support.

“Women go through a lot of hell in the hands of men who want to have something with them before extending help and support. Most women find themselves giving in because they need help from these male counterparts.” she said.


Nandy, who was recently in Kenya for Coke Studio Africa, then added that a woman’s character comes into play during such trying times because no one is ever forced into such deals.

“It depends with a woman herself, if you really want it or not because at the end of the day, no one will force you, although they will put the offer on the table. Most female musicians do it because they are desperate and want to be famous overnight.” she added.