The highly anticipated Drip Fest is going down on Sunday, February 5th, 2023 with South African star Ami Faku set to headline the day-long concert at the Waterfront Karen.
But she isn't the only one coming to thrill and excite Kenyans. Radio Africa has gotten a great lineup that will keep you entertained at the African-inspired festival.
Some of the other mega stars that will enthrall Kenyans are; Suraj, Sultan, Big Nyagz, Ms. Bunee and Dj Rubba.
In case some of you might not know who these great performers are, we have got you covered and will be covering one of them in this article; Nikki Sultan himself.
Mpasho was able to interview the artiste who had some great info for eager and willing audiences ready to attend December's most expected concert.
So who is Dj Sultan?
I’m 29. I’m a lawyer, a farmer, and very passionate about my friends and family.
What is your style?
My style is authentic with the idea of having people dancing or bopping their heads at the very least.
What drew them to Amapiano?
The fact that it is originally African paired with its soulfulness.
Does he perform any other genre apart from Amapiano?
Dabble in Afrobeats and RNB but primarily Amapiano.
What is your best-ever memory as a DJ?
Played a three-hour set for over 1000 people.
His expectations for Dripfest?
Play amazing music and to enjoy Ami Faku’s vocals.
Why should guys come through? Drip Fest has never failed and the lineup is well-curated, so good times are guaranteed.
Guys, you heard it from the horse's mouth himself, Dripfest will be lit and one of Kenya's best entertainers has already guaranteed it.
Get your tickets at www.tokea.com. Advance Tickets are going for Sh1000, Group of 5 at Sh4500 and Sh1500 at the gate, so purchase your ticket and let's meet at the Waterfront Karen for Drip Fest.
The event starts at 2:00 pm, till late so don’t miss out. Drip Fest by Radio Africa Events is a Festival where Vanity is Allowed!