South Africa’s Dlala Thukzin lands in Nairobi ahead of Drip Fest

South African DJ Musician and DJ Dlala Thukzin landed in Kenya last night ahead of his much-anticipated performance at Radio Africa’s Drip Fest.


Dlala and his team were received at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by a heavy convoy by the Radio Africa events team.

The DJ turned musician will be performing at Carnivore Grounds on Sunday, October 8, 2023, and you can be part of the event by getting your ticket HERE.


Thukzin will be sharing the stage with other able acts among them; Tina Ardor, Ms Bune, DJ Sultan, Big Nyagz, and MGM.

Dlala in Nairobi
Image: JB Formative

Here are other stars who will be preforming at Drip Fest

Tina Ardor

She is a singer and songwriter who doubles up as a deejay. She draws great inspiration in her creativity from the linguistic diversity of her culture.


Thus, she is known for her enthusiastic capability to incorporate an array of local dialects in her music. With this, she aims to transcend different African narratives to the world in an authentic yet modern fusion of Afro-rhythmic melodies and beats

 Ms Bune

Real name Tsion Tesfay is originally from Ethiopia but lived in Kenya for over five years. Bune dabbles and plays different sounds of Amapiano. She was drawn to the genre by the different sounds and varieties of Amapiano.


The 29-year-old is a lawyer, and farmer and very passionate about his friends and family. He describes his style as authentic with the idea of having people dancing or bopping their heads at the very least.

He is drawn to Amapiano by the fact that it is originally African paired with its soulfulness.

Big Nyagz

He is a deejay, entertainer, entrepreneur, and producer who attended the Birmingham City University in the UK. In his opinion, electronic dance music has the most loyal fan base.

The best thing about his job is interacting with people from all over the world and the opportunities to create experiences for everyone.


He is a radio personality, music producer, and deejay.

Do not miss out. Grab your tickets now HERE

Organized by Radio Africa Events, this is an event that showcases and highlights the richness of Urban culture through Fashion, Art, and Music.

With that in mind, stray away from the usual "Western attires", casual jeans that you wear every day, and make sure you have pops of colour in your fit. Also, remember Ankara ain't the only thing African.

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