Moji, of Kelele Takatifu performs alongside one of Eko Dydda's Kids
Machakos Groove fans (1)
Machakos Groove fans

Thousands of fans turned up at Machakos Peoples’ Park last Sunday to attend this year’s Groove Awards with Safaricom Media Tour concert.

Alemba (left) with Njugush the comedian
Alemba (left) with Njugush the comedian

Groove Awards with Safaricom is East Africa’s premier Gospel music awards showcase. It exists to honor, promote & give recognition to the artists, writers and industry players for their contribution towards the East African Gospel music industry.

Daddy Owen
Daddy Owen

Crowd favourite Eko Dydda was joined on stage by “Mateke” hitmaker, Size 8, Guardian Angel, Stephen Kasolo and Daddy Owen among others.

Eko Dydda
Eko Dydda

Eko Dydda’s two sons; 5-year-old ‘Keep It Real’ and 2-year-old ‘Am Blessed’ (their Pseudo names) charmed the crowd with their hit rap ‘Sunday’ leaving many startled.

Size 8 and Kelele Takatifu interact with the Eko Dydda Kids.
Size 8 and Kelele Takatifu interact with the Eko Dydda Kids.

“Bamba Mbaya” by Kelele Takatifu was the show stopper at the gospel party which had Dj Sadic on the decks and was mceed by MC Alemba and MC Abel.

Moji, of Kelele Takatifu Gospel Duo.
Moji, of Kelele Takatifu Gospel Duo.

This was the first of five Groove Media Tour concert with Safaricom that will be held across the country.

Stephen Kasolo with his dancers.
Stephen Kasolo with his dancers.

The second one will be held in Eldoret on 21st May 2017 while the next concert will be in Karatina before the Groove Award Gala which is scheduled for 1st June 2017 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre. The Tours will thereafter resume and visit Meru and Kakamega. 

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