On Saturday, all roads led to Ngong Racecourse, Nairobi, for The Wave concert for a special performance by Nigerian artiste Tekno Miles.
He shared the stage with Kenya's very own The Kansoul, Le Band, Redsan, Fena Gitu, and a surprise performance by Camp Mulla, who revealed they will be releasing a second album.
Bigwigs present included Moët Hennessy brand manager Peter Gachihi, marketing consultant Lucia Musau, Extra Dimensions CEO Wambui Njoora and director Stephanie Njoora.
The crowd was entertained by DJ Crème de la Crème, DJ Exclusive and T-Boy.
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