Mi-Fun Company

Mi-Fun is the go to company if you’re looking to have the full package of team building services. Run by young and vibrant individuals, they use fun activities to create a culture of oneness which fosters better communication, creativity and an out of the box kind of thinking.

I love the fact that through their activities they are able to promote love, peace and unity which go a long way in promoting humanity.

So if you’re looking to have fun and learn amazing new stuff while at it, you are definitely welcome to join Mi-Fun on their next expedition. You can follow them on the following platforms to stay updated…

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Are you looking for a surreal experience to end the year with? Then look no further than the magical Kenyan coastal town of Kilifi where the ultimate end of year party that is Kilifi New Year 2018 will be going down. The three day multi-cultural boutique festival promises to give you the chance to realize your wildest creative dreams.

With a variety of art showcases expected and an amazing lineup that includes the classically trained Seth Schwarz, Jamaican songstress Kelissa, The mighty Umojah Sound System and the vibrant EA Wave, you can surely expect to have your audio and visual taste buds fully satisfied.

So if your in and around Kilifi or can head down there, Kilifi New Year 2018 should be among your top choices. Enjoy the holidays and have a happy New Year!

Djs/Producers, Interview, Music

EA WAVE gives us their 2 Cents

EA (East African) Wave is a DJ Producer collective based in Nairobi, Kenya. Originally a five member group consisting of Jinku , Nu Fvnk ,Ukweli ,Hiribae , and Mvroe , the recent introduction of Sichangi now makes them a crew of six. They cut across genres with unique and individual styles, each of them making their own waves in the industry. They deejay 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. I got the opportunity to ask them a few questions and this is what they had to say;

TK….. Even before we start, I just have to say that you guys are really inspiring a lot of young artists who are trying to push boundaries and we really appreciate that you’ve shown us that it is possible.

EA Wave……Before we start answering questions – Sichangi is now officially the 6th member of the Wave!

TK….So how did this all start? What made you decide to start E.A Wave?

EA Wave……To be particularly honest with you everything was really organic. It came from a place of respect. We were essentially fucking with each other’s music, and when we finally met we did vibe on a human level too. Nu Fvnk was the first, Jinku booked him for two gigs – Future Shorts and Chemistry. Through Fvnk, I met with Ukweli who was my younger cousin’s mutual friend too. Finally, we added Mvroe, Hiribae and Sichangi to the group. The main point is that we all admired each other’s work before we officially met face to face.

TK…..Who/What have been your influences?

EA Wave……That is a hard question to ask, I mean we really do listen to a lot of music as a whole and we are always sharing music with each other. I can confidently say we are each other’s influence. For our Live set, we have been studying Disclosure, Bonobo and Four Tet and learning how they break down their songs for a live performance.

TK…..What impact would you say the internet has had on where you are now?

EA Wave……The internet is fucking everything, I mean what we consume is basically off the internet, how our music moves and reaches people is the internet. We all met on the internet. The internet connects us all.

TK…..What exactly is E.A Wave looking to achieve/accomplish?

EA Wave……I wish we could answer that question, we all have huge ambitions. The first is to basically just have an amazing show that we can travel with. And through gaining more exposure we can now fully integrate EA wave into being a full entertainment package – film, fashion and industrial design. We are 6 people, just imagine the possibilities! It’s hard to quantify. I mean if you asked us if we would be where we are now at the beginning of the year, I would have called you a liar.

TK…..I’ve seen your live performances and I must say you guys are really good together. How often do you practice?

EA Wave……Thank you, we practice at least twice a week now. It’s hard but it’s all about sacrifice, plus the gelling together is basically after many heated practices and arguments, but it’s all out of love to present the best music that can be, at our level.

TK…..You’ve played at quite a number of events including recently at Nyege Nyege festival in Uganda. How was that experience?

EA Wave……It was quite different from the first time we went there, we played a live set at Nyege Nyege a year before and we were definitely ill prepared for that, I think we had one keyboard and a mixer that enabled us to play a sort of mixed live show. But it wasn’t well rounded as we are now, everyone has a role now and we got a whole new set of toys too.

Hiribae – Drummer
Ukweli – Keyboards
Sichangi – Electric guitar
Nu Fvnk – Bass Guitar
Jinku – Ableton programming and song sequencing
Mvroe – Vocalist

And the great thing is that it’s a sort of musical chairs since we switch instruments based on the songs. So our Nyege performance was really about us working hard, we had practice every day for two weeks before that performance. We learnt a lot about communicating as a band on stage, troubleshooting issues with equipment. Every performance is a learning experience.

TK…..Finally, I’d just like to personally thank you guys for putting Kenya on the map through your amazing live performances and the great music that you put out. I wish you all the very best as you take us to new heights.

You can follow EA Wave on Soundcloud to hear more of their sounds.



Just as we’re reeling from Stimming’s outstanding performance a few weeks ago, Earthdance Nairobi is on the horizon; it truly is festival season. The Kenyan edition of the global peace party will be going down on the 30th of September at the Ngong Racecourse. This year’s event is brought to you courtesy of 6:AM Entertainment, Epic Nation and HYPE XP. 


There will be 3 mighty stages for this one with each representing its own musical movement. The “Time Machine” stage will feature Ol’ Skool anthems, the “Love Stage” will bring you all those electronic influences while the “Happiness Stage” will have all your urban bangers. You can be rest assured that all your different tastes and sounds will be served to your satisfaction.

The theme for this year is “Re-Evolution” which signifies the need for citizens all over the world to revitalize their resistance to false ideas of separatism. We should view ourselves as global citizens not minding which country, race or tribe we belong to and as such promote peace, unity, freedom, social justice and environmental stewardship.


With a jaw-dropping lineup already out and the much loved BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) policy still on, you will only have yourself to blame if you do not have the time of your life at Nairobi’s number one charity dance music festival. Go on and prepare yourself to Dance for the Earth!

Get more info on the event and tickets here



Ladies & Gentlemen, Kings & Queens of the dance floor and Keepers of the cultural heritage; Kikoy Culture is upon us once again. The 2017 edition of the specially themed event that has been on since 2009 will be going down at the Alchemist Bar in Westlands on the 2nd of September.

With the good people at 6:AM Entertainment playing hosts and an amazing venue to boot, this promises to be a steaming night (pun intended)

On headlining duties will be the one and only Stimming from Germany. Stimming began producing music with a computer at the age of 16 after having already played the violin, piano and drums when he was 10. He moved to Hamburg aged 19 where he later met with the founders of the music label Diynamic on which he soon started releasing. His productions are filled with a multitude of his own unique, charismatic field recordings and you can expect nothing but a truly original sound from the very innovative artist.

Local acts on the supporting role will include Drazen, Dylan-S, Euggy and Suraj who are equally as talented. You are encouraged to go clad in your own kikoy to add to the colourful atmosphere that will be all round and prepare to have a dynamic night of mind blowing music till 6 am. See you on the dance floor!

Get more info on the event and tickets here



Well well well… as I had mentioned some time back, my new project is now just getting underway and I’d like to bring you up to speed on that. It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to “WE ARE EARTHLINGS”

We Are Earthlings is a Brand/Movement/Lifestyle and Entertainment website that seeks to promote humanity through Music, Fashion, Photography, Film and Innovation.


If you were to ask me Who I Am, I would go right ahead and tell you that I am a Human Being whose Origin is Earth and as such, I am an Earthling; making all of us ‘ We are Earthlings’.

WE ARE EARTHLINGS represents us as global citizens not minding which country, race or tribe we belong to, but rather looking at ourselves as Human Beings.
We are here to promote humanity through service, for the love of our home (Earth)


Music : We bring to you great music by different artistes from around the world to showcase the rich and eccentric sounds that Earthlings offer.

Fashion: We showcase designs from some members of our own team and other creative works from around the globe, keeping in mind the basic human need that is clothing.

Photography: We share with you beautiful images of fellow Earthlings and different locations and sceneries that make up our amazing Home.

Film: Join us as we document our daily lives here at Home.

Innovation: We are always looking for ways to do things in a better way, all in efforts to make our Home a better place to live in.

You can follow us on the following platforms to find out what we’re up to…

Facebook       Instagram

Twitter          You Tube

The Stories

The Whispers Around


It’s already a new year and I know it has been a while since I posted anything here but I’ve been around and the small break I’ve had (it actually seems much longer to me) provided me with the opportunity to take a back seat and look at things differently. I’ve been able to learn quite a lot in the process and I’m making a few adjustments here and there which I believe will make me a better person and a better writer while at it. We are always on the learning curve so let’s see how it goes…

The Whispers Around

I always saw them around and they saw me as well. We always had questions about each other but being Me; they had to try and find answers. They thus threw in their suggestions and I guess my way of life irked them, or something of the sort. That feeling of anger tried to force its way through me but somehow I was still calm.

I was already trending around town and their whispers are actually right, though not today: They’re still playing catch up. I’m already smiling as I write this and I’m on my way to laughter. They’re coming from a negative place but here I am heading to the positive…

I think of where I want to be and it seems I’m already living the dream but it’s just on a different scale. I‘m eliciting reactions and that is enough proof of my existence. Through their whispers they try to bring me down but instead they help me get closer to my destiny (and it was at this point that he realized it is not about one’s will…)

All hail to their whispers; they’ve brought me back to the paper…