This weekend was one for the books, with the 2-day Koroga Festival taking over Naivasha for the 29th edition.
Last night, WCB Boss Diamond Platnumz set the stage alight with his exhilarating performance at Hell’s Gate. Donning a blue suit, the Tanzanian Bongo star performed his number-one releases including “Kwangwaru”, “Tetema”, “Baba Lao” among many others. Giving an electrifying performance, Platnumz showed and proved why he is Simba.
His girlfriend Tannasha Donna was also in attendance, offering her support from the sidelines, watching as her man shut down Vasha. As earlier reported by The Sauce, this was Platnumz second performance on the Koroga Festival stage, with his first being in 2017.
H_Art the Band and one-man guitar Mike Rua gave an action packed performance in the party in the park.
Gudah Man pumped up the crowd, with some choreography as special surprise act, “Chain Chain” crooner Chris Kaiga came to perform his new releases that just dropped this Valentine’s weekend. Needless to say, it was quite the treat for the scores of party-goers, and only served to bring the energy to new levels.
Day one saw AFRIMMA Award winner Khaligraph Jone headline the first night performing hits like “Yego”, “Toa Tint” and Testimony” to the delight of the audience. He had the crowd saying “Yes Bana” after proving he truly is the real O.G with a showstopping performance.
Songstress Nadia Mukami serenaded the crowd with her sultry vocals.
Gengetone crew Ochungulo Family kept things hype.
Capital FM’s deejays DJ Adrian Washika, DJ Protege, DJ Slick and DJ Joe Kisila kept the mood light as the revelers partied late into the night. The 2-day party in the wild was hosted by Capital FM presenters Joe Miano from The Fuse and Nxville from Hits.
There were several major environmental considerations taken to keep the festival safe for attendees and wildlife safe. As reported on Capital Lifestyle, appropriate fencing, noise control as well as waste management measures were put in place to safeguard the environment.
To learn more about the Koroga Festival visit the website here.