There was a point last year the entertainment world in Kenya was shaken. No one knew what next and others thought this was the end.

Slowly during the last quarter of 2020, things started picking up and artistes woke up. It was either you take advantage of a bad situation or you let it take control of you.

The Kenyan music scene took shape and now so many artistes are dropping albums, EP's and other projects.

Speaking on The Morning Kiss, Kamene and Jalas appreciated the effort Bahati is putting in when it comes to his craft as a secular artiste.

"Bahati's album launch people were told to wear shinny clothes?" Kamene said before playing his song featuring Nadia Mukami.

Defending the guest during the album launch, Jalas said,

"No, no. You see the Kenyan version of the red carpet is wearing mushaino. Watu walikua wamengara kungara."

"Everyone was sparkling and glittering. I event through the invitation said wear glittery and shiny." Kamene jokingly said

Bahati has proved that with hard work comes success.

"But he is doing very well. He dropped a very big jam yesterday." Jalas said

Kamene agreed with him adding that,

"One thing I respect about Bahati is his work ethic. He works really hard now him and Nadia who is also a hustler is amazing."

But before the conversation ended. Jalas plugged in the next big female aritste, Jovial. She has a few collabos and singles and they are all amazing. And according to Jalas, we will change the narrative next year when it comes to Jovial.

"There are artistes who have proven to me their work ethic is on another level. One of them is Jovial. 

To me, she is coming in a way that is really shaking people. Soon y'all will put some respect on her name. By the time we are talking about Jovial, you will put some respect on her name. Mark my words."