Kenyan Hip-hop artist set to perform at one of World’s largest music festivals

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Kenyan Hip-hop artist, Muthoni The Drummer Queen, will join a host of international artists in an impressive line-up for the upcoming 40th Edition of The Paléo Festival – one of the largest music festivals in the world – in Nyon, Switzerland running from 20 to 26 of July 2015.

Scheduled to perform during the Festival’s closing evening on Sunday, 26 of July, Muthoni The Drummer Queen will be joining 16 other artists including international DJ and producer David Guetta, wrapping-up what is expected to be another sold-out 6-day edition.

Popular artists Kings Of Leon, Robbie Williams, Sting, Robert Plant, Joan Baez, Patti Smith, Johnny Hallyday, Faithless, Calogero, Véronique Sanson, Charlie Winston, Ben Harper, Etienne Daho, Christine & The Queens, and more, are all in the line-up for the 40th Paléo Festival Nyon – bringing together legends and exciting discoveries from near and far.

The Kenyan Hip-hop artist also joins a vibrant delegation from Africa at the 40th Edition of The Paléo Festival, which includes up-and-coming rap and freestyle artist Sianna from Mali, the soulful Nneka from Nigeria, and the eclectic Faada Freddy of Senegal.

The Paléo Festival is Switzerland’s biggest outdoor music event and consistently one of the largest music festivals in the world with more than 230,000 attendees. The festival takes place over six days and typically hosts a combination of established stars and new talent. Music genres include rock, French chanson, world music, reggae, hip-hop, classical music and street theatre.

 

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SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

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