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Blinky Bill is a Kenyan Musician/Producer and DJ and a founding member of the forward thinking Art and Music Collective Just A Band. He was also participant at Red Bull Music Academy Tokyo in 2014 as well as a TED Fellow.
He released a debut solo EP in 2016 called We Cut Keys While You Wait and is in studio working on the first full length album titled ‘Everyone’s Just Winging It And Other Fly Tales’ set for a 2018 release. He is slated to perform at Littlegig In South Africa as well as the Cape Town Jazz Festival in 2018 and Has performed in Numerous stages around the world including SXSW, Summerstage in NYC and Paleo Festival in Switzerland.

Kaya Collective is an international group of Nairobi based musicians who play a fusion of afro-funk, soul, hip-hop, rock n roll, reggae and jazz. Taking influence from multiple continents they combine percussion, brass and vocals to create a truly unique sound and live experience.

Bass: Mbaluka a master of Kenyan funk and boogie, yet diverse enough to move the band in every direction.

Lead guitar: Charif Megarbane, Lebanese multi-instrumentalist and producer of over 60 albums under 4 aliases, his creative flow and afro melodies provide the band with much inspiration.

Rhythm guitar/drums/bass: Fouad Juez another Lebanese multi-instrumentalist, he is the rock of the band, offering expertise in many areas and heavy disco bass lines!

Horns: Denis Malesi, Action Jackson and Joel in the hole: all three take time out of the salvation army and the national youth orchestra to funk up your life!

Lead vocals: Matthew Swallow creative director of kaya kenya. Matthew brought the whole band together and is seeking to develop Kaya Collective into a full alternative orchestra.

South Africa’s Hip Hop artists are part of a new generation of artists on the continent whose appeal has transcended national borders to form part of the broader pan-African music scene. With the infusion of the indigenous Kwaito Sound with Rap lyricism, South Africa Hip-Hop has become the leading local genre consumed by the country’s predominantly urban youth. Kwesta is one of the pioneers of this sound and also one of the continents leading Rap artists. His quintuple (5X) platinum hit single Ngud’ is one of only two Hip-Hop singles to have summited the South African radio airplay chart (6-weeks). His business partner at his Rap Lyf Records label Kid X is featured on the only other South African hip-hop to top radio airplay chart (2-weeks) with K.O’s Caracara which was the first Hip-Hop single to win Record of The Year at the South African Music Awards in 2015, a feat repeated in both preceding years.

He’s an advocate for South African music both in his own country as well as on the continent, an intellectual property activist lending his voice to the fight to protect music copyrights in the digital age, Record label owner, hit-maker and a renowned lyricist who holds the crown as not only the most awarded Rap artist, but also, Male artist in South African Music Awards history. He recorded history with his Double-Platinum 2016 double-album, DaKAR II – the second coming, setting the record for the most Platinum singles on a South African album. Having won a treble of South African Musician of The Year 2017 at a number of awards ceremonies where he, he has risen to prominence on the African continent and become an authentic voices representing an internationally recognised African youth movement that’s set to make its mark on the global music scene, touring the continent and North America to open arena shows on Grammy Award winning US Rapper T.I.’s 2017 Hustle Gang Tour, making him the undeniable King of African Rap.

Katlehong favourite son is this year’s recipient of the City of Ekurhuleni’s Excellence Award to recognise the meritorious achievements in career, spanning ten years, which have seen him rise to the cream of South African music talent as well as taking the continental rap crown after being named MTV Africa’s Hottest MC of 2017 and as if that wasn’t enough he was crown Best Selling Artist at the 6th Annual SA Hip-Hop Awards to go with an unprecedented second consecutive Song of The Year Award for Ngiyaz’fela Ngawe feat. Thabsie.

Andrea is part of a LIVE DJ Band known as Electrique Djs &The Beat Parade Band, a unique performance ensemble from Kenya that employ the use of Native Instruments in fusion with electronic beat synthesis. The end product is high tempo, high energy music with an African Rhythm and melody. We are part of the wider ELECTRAFRIQUE family, a worldwide network of Artistes in Fusing Afro and Electronic sounds.
The genesis of our unique fusion of two distinctly different genres of music stem from our roots as children of Africa and our love for Electronic Dance Music. As producers of House music, we felt that our performance was lacking a crucial element of music as we know it – the African Rhythm.
It was then that we embarked on a journey of discovering the possibility of introducing live rhythmic elements that would inject ‘African-ness’ into our performances. It started with a single djembe drum and slowly the instrument arsenal has grown to include a full set of native Kenyan traditional drums called ‘bull’ and African Percussion shakers like the ‘Agwata’(a beaded calabash) & cowbells. Contemporary instruments like the Saxophone and Keys are incorporated to drive the melodic elements of the performance.

Njerae’s joyful and loving character is reflected by the songs she sings. Her music is inspired by real life experiences. Deep inside, Njerae hopes to change the world’s perspective about these instances. Growing up listening to number of indie rock musicians, such as Coldplay, Njerae is a soft rock singer-song writer and also a self taught rhythm guitarist. Njerae is currently a graduate of music at Sauti Academy and is pursuing a degree in psychology. Njerae’s dream is to open up a counseling center where music will be used as a form of therapy.
“Brought up in a well off family, it had never occurred to me that there could be other people in the world who lack the basic needs of a human being and other important things such as love and care. As I joined several community and service groups in high school, I was made more aware of what is happening in the world. Occurrences of war, hunger and drought change my outlook on life and from then on I begun to use music for social change.” says Njerae.
Njerae is a founding member of C-KIZA, a forum created for Connection, Creativity and change among young people. She is the brand behind “Messages to Tana” a concert featuring Sauti Sol that raised funds for the Tana Delta children after the violence which killed over 118 people, left more than 13,500 displaced, as well as “Change Begins with Me” a concert that created awareness of the growing number of street children in Mombasa both held at the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa.

Taio (Kenya) music

A founding member of East African Super Group ‘Camp Mulla’ (the first Kenyan band to be nominated for both a BET and MOBO Award), Taio has performed across various media platforms, including Big Brother Africa, The MTV African All Stars and Channel O Music Video Awards (where he was named one of the top 10 MCs in Africa). In 2014, he released a solo EP entitled ‘Man Made Machine’ on Kenya’s premier music retail site waabeh.com which still holds top rank as the most downloaded album. In 2015, Taio evolved his brand and under the mentorship of house music guru ‘Foozak’ developed his DJ skills.
He has since then grown to become a household name in the Kenyan DJ scene and was in 2016 ranked 4th in Nairobi’s Top 10 list of Alternative DJs (People Daily) after a year of activity.
Following this in 2017 Taio has played at all major Kenyan festivals and numerous corporate events including Nairobi Restaurant Week launch, Airtel Jam Sessions and the Netflix Sense8 Official party. He has also played at the famous SXSW festival in Austin (USA), Yale University for the Africa Salon Experience (USA) and most recently the Nyege Nyege Festival (UG).
In 2017 Taio also worked on Coke Studio Season 5 as a sound engineer alongside Africa’s top musical acts, as well as scored music for multiple commercials through his employer Supersonic Studio which is Africa’s leading audio post facility.

Basthma was born in the East Lands of Nairobi, Kenya in a neighborhood most notably known for its impact and contribution to the music industry K-South. Basthma has already released four Eps (Stride, Bound, Mood & Untitled respectively) . Basthma is currently working on his new album (Rugano); endeavoring to find a better way to develop tracks deliver music filled with emotion, groove and rhythm.

Basthma is all about connecting with the crowd as he takes the audience into an adventure through his Basid/ Bass music.

Makadem is a talented musician and vibrant performing artiste. His stage presence, charismatic persona and powerful vocal delivery have had him likened to the legendary of King of Afro-Beat, Fela Kuti; and his soulful folk ballads have earned him comparisons to the legendary Bob Dylan. He has performed all over the world.

Claimed to be “Kenyas Fela Kuti”, his songs speaks of the fluid nature of modern African culture. With a deep understanding of his roots and the ongoing politics., he demonstrate the fusion that is at the heart in African identity. Makadems excellent musical sense, charm and humor, contributies to any stage with an amazing presence.

He has done a lot of collaborations with international house producers, taking the Nyatiti back to the club where the instruments belongs. From DJ Esa based in London, DJ Maw Doblhoff aka MDgroove Vienna Austria and Suraj from Kenya.

Phy (Kenya) music

Hailed as a breath of fresh air to Africa’s nu RNB scene, debut album,continues to break Kenya’s music charts. “ The genre-bending artist has influences drawing from Trap Soul, RNB and Afropop. a rare feat by the 22 year old new comer.
«Working on the album has been my greatest blessing yet. The dream comes true for a girl born in tiny Village in Sotik! Proving anything is possible if put your mind to it. I have given my raw authentic self to this and I believe my world will collide with that of the listener creating a magical experience”
Several KE entertainment industry leaders had to say this about the album and lead single RUKA. “An Amazing music by a phenomenal singer “ – Mwalimu, Rachel Homeboyz Radio 103.5. «This is kind of music that I wait to hear every day. Pure Urban, very calculated, pure talent. Phy is a Kenyan urban phenomenon, Khali is a King of punch lines, and Rabbit is a storyteller. This is my jam for now. The clubs are about to go crazy.» – Buddha Blaze, Artist Booker, ACA, Coke Studio. «Phy’s vocal prowess on her debut single RUKA and the rest of the album marks the emergence of one of Kenya’s music powerhouses to watch in the decade. It’s also the return of the masterful #timwork on production that promises to shape Kenya’s futuristic urban sound. Everyone, listen to Phy!» Anyiko Owoko PR

Otim Alpha together with his early producer Leo P’layeng began in 2001 taking traditional Acholi rythms from Northern Uganda and reinterpreting them with music software on computers. The results are a fast paced poly-rhythmic music ready for dance floor madness.
Otim Alpha is as comfortable in an acoustic setting as in a banging Berlin techno club in the early morning hours. Infectious!

Tunji was born second born in a family of three. He started music at an early age of 11 playing the drums at his primary school. He later graduated to secondary school where he joined the band as a drummer.
He began deejaying soon after he joined campus, going by the alias Deejay WhiteAfrican. He then switched to production after the deejaying didnt pay off.
He released his first project, Now They Know, late 2015 which was a mixtape aimed to create a base and to introduce people to his sound. He went on to release his second project, Bedroom Music, mid 2016. Both projects were recorded at Inkverse Studios.
He went on to release a string of singles that year including MatzaRonga and K.E.N.Y.A, the former which he is most reknown for. He was among the jumpoff #freshman17 , a project of HomeBoyz radio, sponsored by Belaire.
He has recently done a remix of his original track ‘MatzaRonga’ with the well established Khaligraph Jones who has been a major player in the Kenyan music scene.

Tunji is not just a rapper but an artist as he often tends to push the limits of what he can do. He mixes and masters his own music and is now on the way to producing his own beats. There is no sky when it comes to music.



From defining Nairobi’s musical soundscape as curators to now crafting their own unique sound set, the Seventh Culture are the movement to watch. Their groove on stage reflects the heart of NuNairobi: wide-eyed eagerness, masterful sound design and dedication to the culture. Come prepared.

Sichangi has recently joined EA Wave collective, making him the youngest member of this Nairobi crew which has an average age of 22 yrs. They are all talented and prolific producers who come together as a hybrid electronic live act. Sichangi plays guitar in the live EA Wave live act.

Sichangi started learning guitar in 2013, but quickly moved to production because he wanted to create fuller sounds than just him and the guitar. His first live performance was at one of East Africa’s biggest festivals, Nyege Nyege in Uganda where he rapped on Marushka’s set. While being a relative newbie, he’s already had a producer collaboration with Jabs, Tyler Cole and Willow Smith. His first EP ‘Hold on’ was published on SoundCloud Aug 2016. He describes his music as open and flexible, because his layers of elements make it mean different things to different people. His productions are always filled with passion and detail.

As a DJ, his mixes are a vibrant and dynamic mixture of global and local music alongside his own productions.

After making his debut in Nairobi, SURAJ has emerged as a dynamic and trailblazing DJ/Producer in East Africa. Since then, he has set his sights on becoming a beacon in Africa’s burgeoning electronic music scene.

In just a matter of time, his music & live shows have become a fixture for fans and DJs alike and made his talent and captivating personality known to many on the continent and around the world. As he continues to shine and become even more sought-after, SURAJ is honing his skills and making every release and performance better than the last.

Discography, Collaborations & Label releases.
– Sarabi – Fire (Riot Stereo & SURAJ Remix)
– Sarabi – Koko’s Vibrations (SURAJ Remix)
– SURAJ – Wawere
– SURAJ – Rabai
– Kato Change & Winyo – Abiro (Riot Stereo & SURAJ Remix)
– Mabiisi – King (Riot Stereo & SURAJ Remix)
– SURAJ x Max Doblhoff & Alai K – Bana Bana EP
– Jackie Queens – Mwanangu (SURAJ Club Mix)
– JOWAA – Banku Dade (SURAJ Remix)

EA Wave (East African Wave) is a collective of 6 DJ Producers from Nairobi. Cutting across genres with unique and individual styles, each of them making their own waves in the industry. They DJ and produce as a collective, as individuals and everything in between. Their combined energies and creativity are helping fuel a new creative sector wide movement in urban Nairobi. As a collective they perform as a unique and vibrant Live Electronic act combining electronic midi instruments with keyboards, vocals, and bass. This new format is influenced by the likes of Bonobo and Four Tet. A sample of which can be seen here. With an average age of 22yrs, their cross pollination of styles and collaborative cut across many genres, is making them a popular choice in the region with vocalists for production collaborations and among wider producer circles as remixers.
Their #WaveyWednesday initiative has seen the collective release one of more tracks every Wednesday for the last year.
Their first major breakthrough came when they were asked to produce the Indigo EP by US based Kenyan artist Karun, who in turn introduced them to Ghanaian songstress Jojo Abot. This led them to partner with Jojo on the Africa Na Ladi project, each of the collective adding something to the production of ‘Mega Kpenu Nao’

Kampire has been making Ugandan party people dance since 2015. After honing her craft at Hollywood, home of Nyege Nyege Tapes, she opened for Jojo Abot at her Kampala Women’s Day concert, rocked the Eternal Disco stage at Nyege Nyege International Music Festival in Jinja, and followed The Black Madonna, at her Kampala debut, as part of Santuri Safari’s Femme Electronic. In 2017 she has already performed at Amani Festival Goma, Congo, Africa Bass Culture in Burkina Faso and will be opening for Diplo in Uganda in April.

Kampire’s sets perfectly mix nostalgic and contemporary African sensibilities. Her syncopated picks will take the dancer from the lingala that reminds them of their parents’ parties, to the make-your-booty-touch-the-ground songs that remind no one of their parents, to the faster paced beats from diverse continental and diasporic traditions that will make you forget even yourself. Note, that I say dancer. To listen to Kampire is to dance.

Her writing work has appeared in : Literary publications “Start Journal”, “Uganda Modern Literary Digest” and “Jalada“, Magazines Akilah Net, “The Kampala Dispatch”, Proggie.ug “Mon Pi Mon” “African Woman”, “Okay Africa”, “AfriPop Mag, Dynamic Africa”. African Feminist Forum 2011, 2016

Wanja Wohoro music

Wanja is a soulful singer/songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya and Sydney, Australia.

She began songwriting from the age of 13; teaching herself the guitar and the piano and practicing accompaniment and composition. Her influences include the mellow sultry sounds of Amy Winehouse, Lianne La Havas, Ella Fitzgerald, Nai Palm and Corinne Bailey-Rae alongside an extensive exposure to Indie/Folk and jazz music.

In 2014 she released her first EP “High Tide” which includes 5 songs of varying genres, all exploring the different sides of her unique musicianship, cultural influences and vocals.

In February 2015 she released a new tropical summer single ‘Counting’ and an accompanying music video.

Last year she completed a Music major at The University of Sydney while gigging and continuing to work on her original compositions.
She is currently writing and recording her debut album ‘Matriarch’ with a projected release in January 2018.
Bongo Sawa fashion

Bongosawa surpasses the expectations of the most discerning street wear fashion enthusiast with unprecedented dynamism and detailed .

Though iconic, well-researched and executed designs, the brand provides a melting pot of cultural diversity and personal expression – for the “likeminded”.

Emma Cheruto is a 20 year old singer, songwriter, composer, director, fine artist and 3rd year architecture student. She ventured into music in October of 2015, after studying it’s theory for four years. Emma’s colleagues refer to her as a secret weapon, in all the fields she’s ventured into.She hopes to help develop the music scene in Kenya and pave the way for musicians such as herself.

Steph Kapela is possibly the most vocally versatile artist in Nairobi. His vocal prowess and opinions from other creatives serve as a testament to that.

Kenyan rapper Shukid has been listed by many as being amongst the top 10 mc’s in Africa!His quality music tops local charts, while receiving airpay in other parts of the world. Come discover his dope sound at #AfricaNouveau.

Muthoni Drummer Queen is a living breathing singer of the hero variety. The songwriter-flow-poet will be releasing her concept album SHE at#AfricaNouveau! In her forthcoming album, MDQ will take your through a roller coaster of emotions delivered on some amazing instrumentals.

Cortega has earned a reputation for bringing Africa-influenced heat to the dancefloor. Since 2005, he’s played an active role in the rise of the afrobeat and afro house scenes between New York and Washington. He has performed in major clubs in the area, including Cielo, Output, Eighteenth Street Lounge, U Street Music Hall or Tropicalia. For the past six years, Cortega has been living in Africa – first in Nairobi and now in Dakar, where his Electrafrique party took root and grew strong, in partnership with Okayafrica. The show, which blends together African electronic music, from mzansi house and kwaito, to coupe decale, naija pop or kuduro, is conceived as an ode to the Continent’s youth, creativity, energy, and love of dance music.

With Okayafrica Electrafrique, Cortega has toured over a dozen countries, traveling to African capitals from Dakar to Johannesburg via Accra, Abidjan, Bamako, Monrovia, Kigali, Bujumbura or Conakry and beyond to Bogota, Berlin, Paris, Port-au-Prince, Lausanne and Mumbai. His new partnership with DJ Moma’s Everyday People, Okayafrica and Electrafrique has given birth to one of New York’s hottest jams, Everyday Afrique, which is making its mark in the city that never sleeps. Cortega played at several major events such as Central Park Summerstage in New York, with Black Coffee and DJ Spoko, Good Times Africa’s Wizkid concert in Nairobi. and at Winter Music Conference to name a few.

Over the course of his career, he has shared the stage with a number of DJs and musicians of international renown including: Wizkid, Mi Casa, Mafikizolo, Uhuru, Black Coffee, Boddhi Satva, Liquideep, Nickodemus, Rancido, Carlos Mena, Black Motion, Heavy K, Sabo, DJ Clock, Mbuso, Spinna, Jose Marquez, Renato Xtrova, DJ Marfox, as well as Just A Band and Sauti Sol.


ExGxNx GxCxGx (Eugene Gecaga), is a music journalist, writer, curator, soul brother, visual artist and host of his independent Podcast, The 47 FREQUENCY. Tastefully selected eclectic sounds and spiritual conversations seek to raise your vibrations to a higher plain. “The late 70’s, 80’s and 90’s are a huge influence on my music. Especially Soul and Funk music, that music takes me to a place. And I believe there’s so much power behind the vibrations, which is music, to spread love. We are created out of love, why not become it?” Unifying the HEART (4) and MIND (7) is his mission, one vibe at a time. His purpose, spread LOVE.

Only a handful of young Kenyans, sensually serenade audiences in their mother tongue. Rare still, is finding musicians who are not only vocally gifted, but prolific song-writers. One artiste however sticks out, singing songs that capture audience across the demographic divide. Known as @Ayrosh, his moniker is a derivative of his name Irungu. Catch him live at #AfricaNouveau.

Producer and DJ, Marfox is a downright urban, suburban and ghetto legend in Lisbon, as well as a renowned name on a worldwide network of dedicated seekers of new directions in electronic social music. Having also released on Lit City Trax, Warp Records and delivered commissioned remixes for artists such as tUnE-yArDs or Panda Bear, he is undoubtedly one of the figure-heads of the roster of Príncipe. He returned this year to the Lisbon based dance label with his new EP “Chapa Quente”, lauded by FACT Magazine as “practically perfect” or distinguished as “Album Of The Month” on Mixmag’s April issue. Marfox’s been playing live extensively the last couple of years in Europe and the UK, visits to the US, Moscow, Brazil and embarked last Summer on his first East Asia tour with stops on Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul and Shanghai

Guelord Mbolela known as Dj Spilulu or Dj G’Sparks is a Deep-Afro House n Hip-Hop music producer. Originally from Lubumbashi / Katanga Democratic Republic of Congo, Spilulu is famous for being a Hip-Hop, R&B and House beatmaker. He began his music at an early age, as a french rapper, at school and in his neighborhood, in 2001 he flew to Johannesburg / South Africa for studies where he fell in love with house music and where he taught himself how to DJ.
Not satisfied with simply helping others to create great music he then focused on composition and music production. His highly acclaimed work has led him into the demanding world of TV films, commercials, and record production. His successes in this area include working wlth Snazz D, Phumeza, Mashabela Galane, Revolution, Jerah, Papa Zee, Mzee, Gemini (cashless society ), KB and many more..

Suave fashion

Suave is all about breathing new life into old. We work with second hand traders, factories and tanneries where we source our material from off cut fabrics and unwanted leather. Our brand ethos is Sustainable Fashion through revitalization and repurposing.

Michael W. Soi (1972) is a Kenyan artist who has been working in Nairobi since 1995 after completion of his fine art and art history studies.

Soi is inspired by contemporary life in Nairobi. His work provides a photographic diary of Nairobi and is a satirical commentary of social, economic and political trends. His work explores relationships – intergenerational, interracial or generally what he calls the economics of love, commercial sex work and popular culture within the context of globalization & consumerism.

A hallmark of his art is his unique vision and highly distinctive style usually brightly-coloured paintings with black outlines that are illustrative in nature and are both playful and biting. They are informed by a strong tradition of cartoonists whose works have satirized Kenyan society since independence – often bravely poking fun at the political establishment.

“I want to create work that highlights women’s issues in Africa, particularly issues that relate to how men view women here and how they treat them. It isn’t an interesting topic for a lot of people who view my work due to the fact that people here would rather not talk about this. They would rather bury their heads in the sand and pretend that these things do not happen.  This work highlights the role that has been assigned to women as implements of joy, pleasure and a means to an end to be enjoyed by men. This is a subject that I have had an interest in for a while now and the aim is to influence how men view and relate to women.”

He has participated in numerous workshops & residencies; exhibited widely locally and internationally; and has a huge following of collectors and enthusiasts globally.
He lives and works in Nairobi – Kenya.

Madoido Kenya fashion

MADOIDO creates funky handmade furniture while working to promote sustainable livelihoods in Kenya.

Peperuka fashion


We are an eco-friendly and socially conscious company. Our products consist of fresh hand-made body products, limited edition apparel and funky recycled accessories

Rui Fashions and customz is a clothing brand based in Nairobi kenya.The company consist of five young creatives,mainly stylist,fashion designers,and photographer.ours products include: customized backpacks,urban trends,vintage Retro clothing,styling and photography services.

Kahaari  fashion

Kahaari is a brand for african-inspired designs for women and kids with elegant and vibrant styles. Each fabric that is used for a Kahaari outfit is carefully selected from some of the largest african markets on the continent, including the all famous Makola market in Ghana. Our skilled artisans put nothing but care, effort and attention to detail in every outfit, giving each outfit a unique, catchy yet elegant look.


We are all about empowering women in every element of our business, hence our support for women who make a living from selling african print material or sewing clothes.


For all women and children who love classy and eye-catching looks in vibrant prints, Kahaari is your 1-stop african-inspired store. Available online at www.kahaari.com, on Facebook as Kahaari and Instagram as @shop.kahaari.

#OwnYourCulture fashion

#OwnYourCulture began in 2014 by fashion blogger MIssvavavum(Chepkemboi Mang’ira ) as a platform to discover, share, promote and preserve traditional culture through creative fashion styling. The movement soon grew throughout the continent with various individuals sharing ways they would wear traditional accessories today and the history behind them. This has since grown to a space where we not only educate and share traditional designs but also re-make and re-purpose them for today’s and future generations.

Nyar Nam fashion

Nyar Nam saw the need to share the unique and diverse African culture with the world. Our bags
are made from a variety of fabrics such as Ankara, Leso, Kuba, Mud cloth, canvas and clear
vinyl. The canvas bags are hand painted with different African inspired theme capturing an
adventure, a moving story that is remarkable for its humanity and dignity. Our accessories are
done with a variety of handworks such as Maasai beads, leather, batik and brass. These designs
are a reflection of our past with a modern touch. Love for Africa, styled in Africa timeless products.
Each artistic collection.

Malkia jewellery are all about bringing to Africa quality of great modern designs  at affordable prices.  Malkia believes in quality and beauty.  Our jewelry are made with the newest technology to ensure durability.  We select the best designs for all women… because there is a Queen in every Woman.

Lindsay Dawn fashion

Malaysian- born Kenyan artist Lindsay Adhiambo Obath , 23, popularly known as ‘Ah_This’, is a former architectural student , who left her degree halfway to pursue a degree and career in the Fine Arts .She has been working artist for 3 years focusing on 2D arts and now branching off into Body Painting and Mixed media

Joyce Grace fashion

The bags are all made from up cycled knit wear;sweaters, skirts, scarfs with a canvas combination.

Macramé decorations, plant hangers and wall hanging handicrafted as well.

Nyar Nam fashion

Nyar Nam saw the need to share the unique and diverse African culture with the world. Our bags
are made from a variety of fabrics such as Ankara, Leso, Kuba, Mud cloth, canvas and clear
vinyl. The canvas bags are hand painted with different African inspired theme capturing an
adventure, a moving story that is remarkable for its humanity and dignity. Our accessories are
done with a variety of handworks such as Maasai beads, leather, batik and brass. These designs
are a reflection of our past with a modern touch. Love for Africa, styled in Africa timeless products.
Each artistic collection.


ZeroByZawadi is an African Yoga-Inspired Social Enterprise. One of ZeroByZawadi’s signature designs is our unisex “Sayaris”, which are made out of kangas, and can be worn in many different ways, including as yoga pants, harem pants, jumpsuits, maternity wear, or bubble dresses. 10% of ZeroByZawadi’s proceeds goes to support Mother Health International’s (@MotherHealthInternational) gentle birth centre in Attiak Village, saving lives of thousands of women and babies in Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan.


Sandstorm Kenya used to make luxury safari tents. Today we use the same skills and materials to build beautiful bags at our workshop in Karen, just outside Nairobi.

Roryan Leather fashion

We at Roryan Leather allow you to design your own custom handmade bags and accessories as per your specification (Shape, size & style) using premium materials. We deliver worldwide

#OwnYourCulture began in 2014 by fashion blogger MIssvavavum(Chepkemboi Mang’ira ) as a platform to discover, share, promote and preserve traditional culture through creative fashion styling. The movement soon grew throughout the continent with various individuals sharing ways they would wear traditional accessories today and the history behind them. This has since grown to a space where we not only educate and share traditional designs but also re-make and re-purpose them for today’s and future generations.

Lindsay Dawn fashion

Malaysian- born Kenyan artist Lindsay Adhiambo Obath , 23, popularly known as ‘Ah_This’, is a former architectural student , who left her degree halfway to pursue a degree and career in the Fine Arts .She has been working artist for 3 years focusing on 2D arts and now branching off into Body Painting and Mixed media

We are all about blending African Touches to Our Products and Portraying our brand as truly African born! All our products are made in Kenya Nairobi, Where we are based. Our Products range form Fashionable bags and accessories, to Menu Covers, Camping Chairs, Car seats, Home decors and Much more. Moreover, We Do customized Items as well. We also teach the art!

Directed by Vincent Moloi

Alone in his high-rise apartment, Aaron Zukerman’s Berea is long gone, but the old man has one last link to the here and now – a weekly visit from a beautiful stranger.-

Long after his friends and family have moved on, Jewish pensioner Aaron Zukerman remains in his inner-city apartment, his world getting ever smaller and smaller, as the city closes in on his memories and happiness. His focus is on a weekly assignation with a kindly prostitute, for which he prepares days in advance. But when her unexpected replacement arrives one Friday, an initially angry response sparks a chain of events that ultimately changes the way the old man sees his world. A gentle, poetic ode to the power of reinvention.

The Other Woman (L’autre Femme) – Dakar Senegal
Directed by Marie KA

A housewife in her fifties discovers her true self when she has to accept her husband’s second wife into her home.

From Senegal comes a brave film set in the secret world of multiple spouse households. KA’s film homes in on the story of Madeleine and her husband’s new, young second wife, who develop a relationship far beyond conventional norms. The intimacy has the potential to blow apart a stable domestic situation, but it also has the potential to rewrite the story of both women’s lives. A bold and exquisitely tender film, beautifully acted and sensitively filmed against the backdrop of colourful, beguiling Dakar.

Supported by Goethe Institut

HOMECOMING – Nairobi Kenya
Directed by Jim Chuchu

Fantasy, science fiction and infatuation fuse as an obsessed neighbour invents ever-stranger scenarios for wooing the girl of his dreams.
Nothing is what it seems as Max – a nerdy voyeur – turns fiction into truth and the mundane into the unexpected in his quest to get the attention of Alina – the girl next door. The city of Nairobi is threatened with imminent extinction, and now is his chance to save her and verbalise his unspoken desire. However, a mysterious stranger stands in the way of his happiness. Will Max overcome his fear and save the girl? Is Alina looking for a hero? A quirky, light-hearted look at obsession and the desire to be seen.

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Directed by Folasakin Iwajomo

How far would you go to pay for your sister’s life-saving operation?
Ten men in a taxi, strangers to each other, head to an unusual line-up, where they must strip and subject themselves to blindfolds and inspection by a mysterious woman and her charge. Only seven go home that night, big money in their pockets. But what of the other three? The ritual is replayed again and again, and the attrition continues. For one man the rumours of how much ‘the chosen’ make spurs him on – he is desperate for the money to pay for his sister’s operation. But what is the price of being chosen? Iwajomo’s spooky, disturbing film confronts the perils of the poverty trap and the abuse of the desperate, in an allegory for the exploited.

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