JOIN THE #iSupportHiphopCity CAMPAIGN.

Kenyan Musician Juliani Launched the #iSupportHiphopcity campaign with the aim of raising funds to see through his Hiphop city project in his old neighborhood Dandora. The Project will see Dandora get an Art Hub equipped with a business incubation space,

CHIEF JUSTICE BACKS HIPHOP CITY PROJECT.

Dandora Hiphop city project received a short in the arm yesterday from chief Justice Willy Mutunga, The Chief Justice donated a substantial amount that will be used in kick starting the several programs that will be rolled out. Mutunga was speaking as he

STILL RELEVANT 14 YEARS AND COUNTING – THE LEGEND SPEAKS..

You started out your career long before we had dj-ing schools, how did you get to master your skills? Basically  by watching and learning. I used to go to the club with my friends and while they enjoyed the night dancing I would stand by the dj booth all

FRIENDS & BELIEVERS OF HIPHOP CITY.

Dandora hiphop city received a shot in the arm from some of its friends and believers to help kick start the project. An initial investment of 2.5 million from our visionary and leader Juliani, then to the one percent club donations by various first belie

JAYA SPEAKS DEPRESSION, NEW ALBUM AND MORE….

  Singer, Song writer JAYA AWINJA talks to Hiphop city about her fight with depression, her music career and her much awaited debut album.    “My saving grace was the realization that as much as I had cursed Him for 3 years for giving me a diseas

HIPHOP CITY PARTNERS WITH ISRAEL’S IMP COMPUTER.

Social responsibility is at the top of our core values. As an affordable computer, imp is offering a $249 discounted perk; for every imp you buy, you donate an imp to Dandora HipHop City – a community art center in one of the ghettos of Nairobi,

DANDORA WE DID IT!.

We are establishing a community, a space to train and equip young people in music and art. To help them grow, develop, network and produce music, products and businesses that will define their identity, culture while earning a decent living. A place where

ACEDA SPEAKS OF HIS COMPANY AFRICAN BONFIRE.

Most people know you as a musician & an architect, How and where did you learn your skills from to run a business in multi-media production (African bonfire), Self-taught or education route? Well I have always wanted to run my own thing so I have acti

TAIO – THEE MC AFRICA (AFTER CAMP MULLA, WHAT NEXT?).

How difficult or easy was it re-launching your music career from the trailblazing group Camp mulla To a solo artist? The challenge was in getting people to recognize and accept the new brand. Camp Mulla was made up of young individuals each with their own

DAVID MURIITHI TALKS TO HIPHOP WEEKLY.

First and foremost who is a creative entrepreneur trainer? Creative entrepreneurs bridge the gap between artists and audiences. In the changing marketplace they play a vital role                          in  developing innovative business mo