Tetu Shani has something lit for you and it will be live.
His second EP 'Live at Kwetu' is a showcase of the other side of Tetu, the vibrant side.
While it’s hard to capture the essence of a live music performance in a recorded medium (COVID-19 times). The six track EP set for October 23, 2020 release.
“Two years ago, after I played Koroga Festival, I wasn't able to make rent. As a result, my water was cut off for 10 days without prior notice. The only water left was the water in the toilet cistern and that's what me, my wife and son used.That's when I wrote Saidia Mimi”. Tetu said
Live at Kwetu is a quick follow up to Tetu’s debut EP Just Because We Fight Doesn’t mean We’re Broken released to much acclaim in July this year. With Live at Kwetu, Tetu hopes his fans can still enjoy this other side of him and that when the music performances fully resume, they can connect for magical experiences across the different platforms within Nairobi and beyond.