The reggae music in Kenya is very popular. Jamaican reggae singers continue to dominate the airwaves in the nation.
This genre has delivered job opportunities for many Kenyans and produced some of the finest MCs in the country. While some mythical MCs such as Daddy Konia are deceased, there are still countless talented MCs who are doing a pretty job at it.
Fullstop is one of the finest reggae MCs in the country. He began his work back in 1994 at the young age of 14. Gradually and Steadily, he built a standing as the go to reggae MC and even got a job at Mediamax possessed TV station K24.
The MC went absent for a while as he fought alcohol related difficulties. He then began advising the youths on the dangers of extreme consumption of alcohol. The reggae MC also counted that at his worst, he discovered a newfound connection with God. He was back in action within no time and even it the opportunity to work for NRG radio. He believes that all his performances are superb as he is very good at bringing people to seriously dance.
DJ Supa Marcus
MC Supa Marcus is one of the most valued reggae MCs in the country having been in the initiative for over a decade. He has built an uncompromising brand and hosted multiple shows. More than a decade ago, he operated to host Jam Session every single day of the week. The show was adored by many Kenyans who could not wait to watch it.
Not only was he comprehended for his sing along style but also for counting jokes into reggae tunes.
MC Teargas is a famous Kenyan MC who has hosted a number of big shows and earlier worked at QFM’s Drive Show. He is also a dancehall musician, a DJ and a songwriter. His actual name is Josiah Kituli Kitheka born on 4th of August 1990.
He worked with some well-known Kenyan DJs/MCs, such as, Supa Marcus, Zj Heno, Professor Nuts & Kris Darling among others. Apart from this, he also has a number of bucks to his name.
It is unattainable to mention reggae in Kenya without noting Njambi Koikai. Most know her as one of the finest female reggae singers & MCs in the country. Koikai grew up with her mom and grandmother as her parental figures. She toiled to fit in in school having been a ghetto girl who had gone to a great school.
She’d later learn her love for reggae and start emceeing as well as singing. Even while experiencing one of the most difficult times and suffering a life endangering illness, reggae was always a part of her life.
MC Philipo is an impulse to many Kenyans aspiring to be MCs. Growing up, he knew he enjoyed to be on a big platform until he found somebody to mentor him. He then expanded his brand and became one of the top Reggae MCs in the country. The job has granted him the opportunity to travel and MC in other nations, such as, Dubai, United Kingdom & USA.
He has also been an MC at Reggae in the Sun, a premier presentation dedicated to showcasing the country’s homegrown reggae tune.
The reggae and dancehall performer began his journey at the age of 15 while yet in high school. The consequence for his stage name comes from his amazing love for silver wear. He has had countrywide tours & visited main town and cities such as Nairobi, Siaya, Meru, Kisumu & Nakuru.
To crown all this, he has won a numeral of accolades & also aspires to be a comedian.
MC D Majail
Born on 26th of July 1993, he is an MC, DJ & all-round entertainer. He has also performed as a hypeman at Switch TV & has hosted a number of shows across the nation