Here are 5 new songs you should listen to this week

This week has been a great week for music with various Kenyan artists having released new jams to their fans listening pleasure.

We have sampled a few songs for you to get you a sound-worth week as you welcome the new month of October

1. Khali Cartel III

The first and second Khali Cartel's were never as educative and thrilling as the Khali Cartel III that has since brought a new slogan 'Yes Bana' that has been trending on Twitter for the longest time

2. Zzero Sufuri - Matiati

I call him one man army from Dagoretti and ever since Zzero came to the limelight he has chunned hits and only hits even with his vulgar lyrics as seen in this new hit "Matiati" which is a sheng word for buttocks.

If you want one of those jams that can blow away your troubles away after a long day at work or school then this is it.

3. Nyoko Nyoko - Femione & Boondocks Gang

Kaka Empire's queen of rap refused to be left behind with the gengetone wave so she dived and went all in with a bang that gave birth to 'Nyoko Nyoko'

She features gengetone heavyweights, Boondocks Gang, rapper Mbithi and Dj Lyta who has recently been on every gengetone track

4. Chuchumaa - Rayvanny

Even though the song is said to have been stolen from Kenya's Willy Paul, it is evidently a hit that is has already taken over the airwaves undoubtedly.

Wasafi Records never disappoints when it comes to serving their artists high quality visuals to their tracks and that is a big plus to this song.

5. Ed Sheeran - South of the Border feat. Camila Cabello & Cardi B

For the lovers in the house here is one to top up your favourite playlists. Ed Sheeran definitely knows how to wow his fans and this time he has incorporated the services of Camila Cabello and Cardi B.

Well, I am not a fan of love songs but I know for sure how to make someone fall in love with just a melody so this tune right here is a must listen.
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