The Christian world is celebrating Easter holidays this weekend. Another popular holiday falls on this day too, Happy 420! In the 12th parliament, we have MP for Kibra Constituency, Ken Okoth pushing for the legalization of the herb. This comes after the UN admitted that the war on drugs has failed.
Regardless, we suggest you stay on the right side of the law if you don’t want to become a guest of the state this Easter Weekend. In the meantime, let us commune in this legal drug called music.
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Never Growing Up
Stephen Mwangi, alternatively known as iC4Beast is making his debut Sound Safari release with hot new single aptly named, ‘Never Growing Up’. Over the past 4 years, iC4beast has been crafting an interesting online, anonymous persona. To represent his genius, he has chosen music, film and animation as the medium through which to spread his ideas. Over the past year, iC4Beast has been sharing fire local remixes, most of which got a nod from the original writers.
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G.R.O.W. U.P – Getting Really Old Will Upset Plans.
Never Growing Up is a playful future bass tune with subtle Dubstep influence. The bass-heavy track contains massive saws backdropped by candy-sweet melodies. iC4Beast flexes his sound design skills with a tremendous drop. The track samples kids in a playing ground, reminding you that “getting really old will upset plans.”
iC4Beast is a graduate from MMU University with a Bsc. Film Production & Animation
Our favourite electronic music group, Yoki Hars are back again with a 6-minute genre-surfing track. First premiered by DJ Fita on our Sound Safari Podcast 2 years ago, Suki is a beautiful collaboration between Yoki Hars & Mimmie.
Playing emotional chords against well side-chained leads creates for a perfect 4.20 Sound Safari Free Release. The track is voiced by the colourful photographer, videographer, chef and blogger, Mimmie Karagania. She is currently an Event Management student at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.
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Sound Safari Radio Shows are back!
You read that right! We are pleased to announce the return of the Sound Safari online radio show. Production of the shows stopped at Episode 14 where we hosted one of the brains behind Aduma, DJ OneDown. The show played host to other DJs including Jack Rooster, Saint Evo, and Jinku did a full one-hour guest mix!
We have curated a solid line up of shows by collaborating with some of the current best creators in the game. Sound Safari Presents… will be produced biweekly alongside seven DJs. Meaning a different vibe every day for seven days! Sound Safari Live team will be posted later. Subscribe to our newsletter here to be the first to know.