Popular Kenyan singer Otile Brown has released his highly anticipated body of work ‘Just In Love’ album.
The project by the Swahili crooner debuted on midday Wednesday (03.06.20) courtesy of Boomplay Kenya.
The 10-song album is his first major project, following his entry into music industry in 2015. In that period, he has established himself as one of Kenya’s most exciting musical prospects, as well as a leading voice in the region. “Just In Love” is set to further enhance this, with collaborations in the album featuring East African giants: Mejja, Khaligraph Jones, Tanzania’s Juma Jux, Meddy from Rwanda and Burundian singer Kidum.
Speaking on the album’s release, Otile Brown says, “My fans should be prepared for a musical feast for the senses. Expect nothing but flames! I believe from this album, I’ll be able to win over new fans, because the vibes are different from what many are used to.”
“Just In Love” explores themes of love and the relationship between men and women, while drawing inspiration from a variety of different musical genres, from R&B to Afropop. The album’s mid-tempo hits include “Regina”, “Hit and Run”, “Leila”, “Dusuma”, “Pretty Gal” and reggae infused “Umedamshi”, with the up-tempo groovy tracks including “Dede”, “Kosea”, “Watoto Na Pombe” and “Zaidi Yako”.
According to Otile in a recent video on his Social media, he worked hard especially in these Corona times to present his fans with an diversity filled album that they would love.
In celebration, the hitmaker received a new whip, a BMW 7 series prior to the release of the album.
The video to his third collaboration with Papa Jones has also been released and has garnered over 200,000 views on YouTube.
Bad man shivo as he is popularly referred to as, started his music career in 2015 and has amassed so much success with hits like ‘Chaguo la moyo’ with Sanaipei Tande, Hello, Baby Love, Samantha, Hi and more.